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In Iran, after the accident at the nuclear plant, uranium enrichment continued again

At the nuclear facility in Natanz, after the sabotage that took place the day before, according to Tehran, the enrichment of uranium continues.





In , uranium enrichment continued at the Natanz nuclear facility after an accident occurred there on Sunday, April 11. This was announced by the Vice-President of Iran and the head of the Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi, his words are quoted by the state TV and radio company IRIB.

“Yesterday’s incident in Natanz did not interfere with the enrichment (of uranium), the emergency power supply was turned on,” Salehi said.

He added that in the coming days, the damaged centrifuges will be replaced with more powerful ones. Thanks to this, it will be possible to enrich uranium to the level of 50% in Natanz in the “shortest possible time”.

Recall that in Iran, an accident occurred at a nuclear plant. The facility is the centerpiece of Iran’s uranium enrichment program and is monitored by IAEA inspectors. The incident did not result in any casualties or contamination. Iran later blamed for the at the nuclear facility.

In Iran, uranium enrichment continued at the Natanz nuclear facility after an accident occurred there on Sunday, April 11. This was announced by the Vice-President of Iran and the head of the Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi, his words are quoted by the state TV and radio company IRIB.

“Yesterday’s incident in Natanz did not interfere with the enrichment (of uranium), the emergency power supply was turned on,” Salehi said.

He added that in the coming days, the damaged centrifuges will be replaced with more powerful ones. Thanks to this, it will be possible to enrich uranium to the level of 50% in Natanz in the “shortest possible time”.

Recall that in Iran, an accident occurred at a nuclear plant. The facility is the centerpiece of Iran’s uranium enrichment program and is monitored by IAEA inspectors. The incident did not result in any casualties or contamination.


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