Iran is moving to boost production of nuclear fuel at a key facility struck by apparent sabotage last month.
The United States State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance have acknowledged the role of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in the exposure of the Iranian regime’s covert nuclear program.
An explosion hit a power plant in the central Iranian province of Isfahan on Sunday, state news agency IRNA reported, saying it was over faulty equipment and caused no casualties. A “worn out transformer… at Isfahan’s Islamabad thermal power plant exploded at around 5:00 am today,” the managing director of Isfahan’s electricity company Said Mohseni told the agency.
An Iranian politician has called on the government to exit the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty’s Additional Protocol completely.
Iran’s regime made efforts to secure illicit goods for its nuclear program, adding new urgency to the crisis surrounding Tehran’s alleged atomic weapons activity, the domestic intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany disclosed in its new report on Thursday.
iran has become just a few months away from producing its first nuclear bomb, thanks to its relatively enriched uranium, an intelligence officer told the online publication, Elaph, on Thursday.
Iran vowed on Tuesday to maintain its nuclear program despite Israel’s alleged efforts to sabotage it, stressing that the recent explosion at the Natanz nuclear enrichment center was not going disrupt its pace.
Iran’s government confirmed Sunday that a building damaged by fire at a nuclear facility within the country in recent days was used for centrifuge assembly after previously downplaying the location’s significance.
While the rest of the world was preoccupied with other things this spring and summer, Iranian leaders — despite a severe COVID-19 epidemic in their own country, were busy creating another threat.
The Iranian Atomic Energy Organization released its first picture of the accident that occurred at a construction site at the Natanz nuclear reactor south of Tehran on Thursday morning. US-based analysts tell the AP they believe fire at Iran nuclear site struck new centrifuge production facility.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a statement following the Iranian regime breaches of its commitments to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, which was completed with a European Troika statement calling for an extension of the regime’s arms embargo until 2023.