Nuclear program of Iran

Nuclear power plant alarm: Emergency warning received

"The situation at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station in Ukraine is not sustainable, which could prove dangerous," warned Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The Russians took over the same power plant in early March, and Grossi now warns that his organization is unsuccessfully trying to access the largest nuclear plant in Europe.

G7 issues strong warnings on Iran and Russia

The G7 on Dec. 12 said time was running out for Iran to agree a deal to curb its nuclear ambitions, and warned Russia of "massive" consequences if it invades Ukraine.

Foreign ministers from the world's richest nations held a two-day meeting in Liverpool, northwest England, seeking to present a strong, united front against global threats.

Iran nuclear talks to resume November 29 after five months

Iran agreed on Nov. 3 to resume talks on November 29 with world powers on reviving a nuclear deal after a five-month gap, with the United States urging a quick resolution.

The indirect negotiations in Vienna come amid mounting pressure on Iran, with Western nations warning that the clerical state's nuclear work is advancing to dangerous levels and Israel threatening to attack.

Erdoğan discusses bilateral ties with Iran's Rouhani

In a Wednesday telephone call, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan discussed bilateral relations and regional developments with Hassan Rouhani, his Iranian counterpart, now in his final days in office.

The leaders exchanged greetings for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, Turkey's Communications Directorate said.

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