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twenty fifty nuclear deal is under threat as Tehran and Washington engaged in a war of words are on made a big mistake and we get to see him he should it , Iran has threatened to breach the limits it sets on in reaching uranium which could unravel the pot all together as that comes under the lens we look at what the deal to Monteverdi in return for international trade what are part of a first a cap on enrichment level , to make nuclear weapons Iran would need fissile material for the bombs cool the deal caps the purity of its enriched uranium at less than four percent a far cry from the ninety percent of weapons great , ma'am could also be used but to Ron was no where near being able to enrich plutonium before twenty fifteen , still a reactor the Iraq site shown has been filled with concrete since it would have been a small step on the way , and then there's a cap on the radium stocks Iran used to produce tons of low enriched uranium now it's allowed stocks of just three hundred kilos maximum , and then there are the limits on capacity at the Richmond sites to Vaast ones deep underground the times and buried in a mountain in for Dow , enrichment stopped at four down which became a nuclear physics and technology center curtailed enrichment continues at Natanz that so long as Iran grams daily access to international nuclear inspectors from the I. A. E. A. , Washington and the U. N. nuclear watchdog believe Iran had a weapons program but abandoned it Tehran denies that he ever had one