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"If conditions allow, maybe tomorrow night at [the Natanz enrichment plant], we can announce the opening of the center for production of new centrifuges", Salehi said, quoted by the semiofficial Fars news agency.
Paris: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that Israel was not surprised by Iran's declared intention to increase uranium enrichment capacity and reaffirmed a vow to prevent it from obtaining nuclear weapons.
With partners in Berlin, Paris and London still reeling from President Donald Trump's decision last month to exit the hard-fought 2015 accord, Netanyahu is expected to seek European cooperation on a still-to-be-determined Plan B.
The other signatories to the accord - Britain, France, Russia, China, and Germany - said they remain committed to the deal.
"I will discuss with them ways to block Iran's nuclear aspirations and Iran's expansion in the Middle East", Netanyahu said last week of his European meetings, noting the issues were "crucial to Israel's security".
A senior diplomat in Vienna, where the IAEA is based, said the call for timely cooperation did not mean that Iran had breached any of the rules of the accord but that the agency was "encouraging (Iran) to go above and beyond the requirements" of the deal.
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Those penalties will remain in place "until the United States government eliminates tariffs imposed", Mexico's government said . The same was true of Mexico and Canada, with the latter's leader lashing out at Trump in recent days over the matter.
England's Dele Alli booed by Nigeria fans at Wembley
But the game was little of a true test for England , who benefited from a string of first-half errors by Nigeria . Manager Gareth Southgate kept faith in the 23-year-old and started him against Nigeria .
China cuts import duties on some consumer goods
The White House announcement may be only the latest dizzying turn in Trump's carrot-and-stick approach to trade negotiations. Navarro also noted that support for a hard line with China on trade had bipartisan support.
With the United States pulling out of the deal entirely, several large firms have said it will be impossible to continue operating in Iran except in the unlikely scenario that they win bulletproof exemptions from Washington. The decision threw a cloud of uncertainty over the future of the nuclear accord and raised tensions with USA allies in Europe.
Options being considered by the EU to keep Tehran in the nuclear deal include new credit lines for Tehran, increased energy cooperation and implementing EU laws to block European companies from caving in to US sanctions. In European capitals, the Trump administration's withdrawal was viewed as a slap in the face of allies.
Before the deal was reached, Tehran enriched uranium to up to 20% purity.
The three European powers are scrambling to save the deal - under which Iran curbed its nuclear programme in return for a lifting of worldwide sanctions - as they regard it as the best chance to stop Tehran developing an atomic bomb.
This is while Iran is now in talks with the other signatories on the future of the deal.
During a trip to France on Tuesday, Netanyahu warned that Tehran will soon use its uranium enrichment program to destroy Israel.
The Iran nuclear deal was President Barack Obama's signature foreign policy achievement.