Address our concerns during Iran nuclear deal talks, GCC chief urges world powers

Address our concerns during Iran nuclear deal talks, GCC chief urges world powers
Address our concerns during Iran nuclear
deal talks, GCC chief urges world powers

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RIYADH/CAIRO — The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has called on countries meeting in the ongoing Vienna talks over the Iran nuclear deal to consider its concerns over Tehran’s continuous enrichment of uranium levels.

The Vienna talks should focus on Iran’s nuclear armament program and its aggressive policies that aim to destabilize the region, GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf said in a statement on Wednesday.

In letters sent to the foreign ministers of the Iran nuclear deal signatories — UK, France, China and Russia, and Germany — as well the United States, Al-Hajraf highlighted the need for the participation of GCC countries in the Vienna negotiations on Iran’s nuclear weapons program.

The Vienna talks are aimed at reviving the Iran nuclear deal, which was abandoned by the administration in 2018.

Al-Hajraf said the GCC plays a major role in strengthening the security and stability of the region, and that the negotiations currently underway in Vienna should not be limited to the Iranian nuclear program, but rather should include Iran’s destabilizing behavior, ballistic missiles, and paths.

In another development, the Arab League on Wednesday expressed deep concern following Iran's decision to start enriching uranium at 60 percent by using sophisticated centrifuges, the Kuwait News Agency reported.

"This decision is a dangerous development because it is a clear step toward the development of a nuclear weapon, which contributes to doubts over the real objectives of Iran's nuclear program," Secretary-General Ahmad Abul Gheit said in a statement.

He said high uranium enrichment levels were not needed if the nuclear program was designed for peaceful purposes.

The Iranian move "is within continuous violations by Iran of its commitment in the nuclear agreement which has been witnessing intensive negotiations to revive it," Abul Gheit added.

A nuclear agreement, he said, should address the concerns of the Arab countries regarding Iran's "destabilizing policies in the region and its systematic interference in domestic affairs of Arab countries."


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