Iran has started the preliminary work on implementing the nuclear deal from July.
After on July 14th Iran struck a nuclear deal with six world powers, the country has started the implementation of the deal, stated Ali Akbar Salehi who is Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization chief. The country has started to shut off uranium enrichment centrifuges which is part of the deal. Iran will be supervised by the United Nations in order to insure that the country doesn’t actually use the uranium to produce nuclear weapons. In exchange, the sanctions against the country should be lifted.
These centrifuges are an important part of the deal because they spin at supersonic speed to increase the ratio of the fissile isotope in uranium. In the case of nuclear energy you need low-enriched uranium which Teheran stated to be its initial goal.