The stockpile limit of nuclear deal was broken, says Iran

Iran confirmed on Monday that it had broken the goal set on its stock of low-enriched uranium by the 2015 nuclear deal, considering its initial significant departure from the unravelling deal a year later the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the agreement.

Iran had been waited for days to admit it broke the limit. It off publicly made an announcement as European leaders gathered to examine measures to protect the agreement. Iran has cautioned to raise its enrichment of uranium closer to weapons-grade by July 7.

The announcement arrives as pressures persist high between Iran and the U.S. The wider Persian Gulf has examined Iran shoots down a U.S. military monitoring drone, mysterious attacks on oil tankers and Iranian-backed in Yemen lancing bomb-laden noises into Saudi Arabia.

The agreement restricted Iran to 300 kilograms of uranium enriched up to 3.67%.

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