Tehran, Iran – Iran has started feeding gas into cascades of new, advanced centrifuges on the occasion of National Atomic Technology Day in an effort to peacefully demonstrate its nuclear program and has published dozens of “achievements”.
On Saturday, President Hassan Rouhani launched several projects across the country via a video link in Tehran broadcast live on national television, and an exhibition of 133 technological innovations in civilian and medical use was unveiled.
The exhibition comes after the first week of talks in Vienna, Austria, on Friday on Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal – Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers. An optimistic note, And will continue from Wednesday.
Isfahan’s Natanz, where Iran has the largest nuclear facility, has a divisional work unit with 10 SWUs ordered to supply gas to 164 all-Iranian IR6 centrifuges, indicating the amount of segregation by the enrichment process.
The IR6 was also considered the most stable efficient centrifuge currently deployed in Iran, which is expected to be mass-produced on an industrial scale.
It is said that Iran’s first generation centrifuge will be able to produce 10 times more uranium hexafluoride (UF6) than IR1.
“We can industrialize these machines without any reliance on the outside,” said the engineer who answered Rouhani’s question.
Rouhani also ordered the start of gas supplies to test 30 IR5 centrifuges and 30 IR6 centrifuges, a number that could increase if they succeed.
Furthermore, mechanical tests began on top-line IR9 centrifuges with a separation capability of 50 SWU.
Also in Natanz, a unit was set up to assemble and evaluate advanced centrifuges, where the engineer present said that more than half of all operations are currently industrialized.
Go to “terrorist action” Blowing up parts of nuclear facilities An attack on Natanz last year that was suspected against Israel did not stop the progress of orchestration.
The second phase of industrial production of deuterium compounds at the Arak, Arak Heavy Water Reactor facility was initiated by the President, who also oversaw the introduction of an emergency type unit of the first type for the treatment of radiation burns.
Multiple successes were introduced at the National Center for Laser Science and Technology in the province of Albert, when the president discussed progress at a national center for research on stable isotope isolation.
After the new projects were launched, the President made a televised address that he once again emphasized Iran does not seek nuclear weapons, And accused Western powers of acting on the basis of conjecture.
“These weak concerns have created many problems for our people over the past 15 years,” Rouhani said, referring to the multilateral sanctions imposed on Iran before the nuclear deal.
Western intelligence says Iran wanted to build a weapon on its nuclear program, which it planned to abandon in 2003.
Israel has repeatedly claimed that Iran is behind nuclear weapons despite the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) inspection of its nuclear sites.
Rouhani has also sharply criticized world powers and the IAEA for their lack of support for the development of Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.
“We don’t owe them, they owe us,” he said, adding that they should have helped Iran as part of its commitment under the non-proliferation treaty.
Just hours before Reuters unveiled Tehran’s latest nuclear progress. Cited A confidential IAEA report states that Iran has produced small quantities of fuel for the Tehran research reactor, which contains 20 percent enriched uranium.
The IAEA said in its report that Iran aims to produce molybdenum which has many civilian uses, including medical imaging.
As part of the nuclear deal, Iran’s uranium enrichment was limited to 3.677 percent, a limit that was gradually restored in 1999 by then-US President Donald Trump unilaterally. Abandon the nuclear deal And tough sanctions on Iran have been re-imposed.