Iran's enriched uranium stockpile 'passes 300 kg limit' set under nuclear deal 

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Israel tells Europe to impose sanctions on Iran after Tehran claims it has passed its 300kg limit of enriched uranium An unofficial source claimed UN tests found Iran had breached uranium limit  Iran vowed to expand its uranium stockpiles if there is no new nuclear deal  Increased Uranium levels could enable Iran to manufacture an atomic bomb Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Europe to impose sanctions 

By George Martin For Mailonline

Published: 12:55 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 17:46 BST, 1 July 2019

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Israel has called on Europe to impose sanctions on Iran after Tehran surpassed its limit of enriched uranium. 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today told European states to sanction the Islamic republic after it said it breached an agreed ceiling on its uranium reserves.

'You committed yourselves to act as soon as Iran violated the nuclear agreement,' a statement from his office quoted him as saying. 'So I say to you: Do it. Just do it.'

Iran's enriched uranium stockpile passed the 300kg limit prescribed by the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, according to media reports.

The semi-official Fars agency attributed its Monday report to an unnamed source, who said UN inspectors had recently weighed Iran's stockpile of low-enriched uranium.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (centre) and the head of Iran nuclear technology organization Ali Akbar Salehi inspecting nuclear technology in April this year

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (centre) and the head of Iran nuclear technology organization Ali Akbar Salehi inspecting nuclear technology in April this year

Iran has vowed to begin enriching its

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