Rouhani says he instructed Iran’s atomic energy organization to takes steps to enable resumption of uranium enrichment.
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Iran finds itself in a tricky balancing act as it weighs a response to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of a landmark nuclear deal.Iranian officials have suggested there are three broad responses.The 2015 agreement restricted Iran to enrichment to around 3.5 percent, the level needed for nuclear power stations.Rouhani said Monday that Iran would stay in the agreement even if the United States pulled out.Khamenei has also warned in the past that Iran would burn the nuclear deal if the U.S. walked out.
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