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In response to the decision of the IAEA Board of Governors, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has begun production of uranium enriched to 60% at the Fordow site, Mehr reports.

The IAEA Board of Governors approved the anti-Iranian resolution and asked Tehran to cooperate with the international body over the claim of "uranium particles found in three undeclared locations in Iran."

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian called the move "unconstructive" and said the Agency's position was again politically abused and Iran would retaliate.

In response to the Governing Council resolution, the AEOI announced the measures taken by the organization.

UF6 uranium production at 60% enrichment was first carried out at the Fordow complex and continues at the Natanz complex.

The process of replacing the first generation centrifuges at this complex with upgraded IR-6 machines has begun, resulting in a significant increase in production capacity.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said Monday that the agency had been informed of Iran's measures and the actions taken had been carried out in the presence of agency observers.

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