However, the country will still allow for international regulators from the U.N to review and assess the nuclear equipment in which they possess. The terms of the 2015 nuclear deal have always been controversial, but, others were pretty obvious as to why they should remain intact.
The nuclear deal provided incentives (among other things) for Iran to limit the enrichment of uranium and such that would’ve allowed them to build weapons of mass destruction.
The obvious problems here are exponential. The deal blocked Iran from having over a certain number of centrifuges that would enable the type of weapons they now have made it clear they will attempt to build.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran will end its final limitations in the nuclear deal, meaning the limitation in the number of centrifuges,” the government said in a statement Sunday. “Therefore Iran’s nuclear program will have no limitations in production including enrichment capacity and percentage and number of enriched uranium and research and expansion.”