News ID : 65554
Publish Date : 2021/04/13 02:37
Enrichment has not stopped in Natanz and several technical measures are planned in the initial response to the sabotage

Enrichment has not stopped in Natanz and several technical measures are planned in the initial response to the sabotage


Kazem Gharibabadi called the purpose of these sabotages, including weakening the morale and efforts of nuclear scientists, and added: "Experience has shown that Iran has emerged stronger than before after these desperate actions."

NOURNEWS - Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna, in an interview with the TV program, explained Iran's plan to respond to the sabotage at the Martyr Ahmadi Roshan Enrichment Center.
Gharibabadi said: the responsibility for this sabotage lies with the Zionist regime and its supporters.
He called the purpose of these sabotages, including weakening the morale and efforts of nuclear scientists, and added: "Experience has shown that Iran has emerged stronger than before after these desperate actions."
The permanent representative of Iran's to the International Atomic Energy Agency, emphasizing that enrichment has not stopped in Natanz, said: the process of replacing damaged IR1 machines with 50% more enrichment power began immediately and new machines will be installed in this set.
Gharibabadi continued: "In addition, in response to this sabotage, several other important technical measures have been planned that will be notified to the Agency this week."
He also announced the sending of a letter to the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency in this regard and said that he was asked to take a clear position in this regard and condemn this terrorist act.


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