Friday, February 22, 2013

Nuclear Iran has installed new centrifuges

 Iran has begun installing centrifuges in its most modern Natanz in early February, according to a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency released Thursday.

February 6, 2013, the agency found that Iran has begun installing centrifuges at Natanz IR-2m (center), according to the report. This is the first time that more advanced centrifuges that IR-1 have been installed on this website uranium enrichment, he added.

On February 13, the head of the Iranian nuclear energy (AEOI) Fereydoun Abbasi Davani, announced that it had started the installation of the new equipment that the IAEA had not yet confirmed.

Iran is within the scope of several international sanctions aimed inter alia its program of uranium enrichment. The major powers suspect the country wanting to develop the atomic bomb under cover of a civilian program, which Tehran denies.

Consulted in the report by AFP, the IAEA also notes the impasse of his talks with Iran on an agreement verification of its nuclear activities.

After several meetings over the past year, most recently in the last week, it was not possible to finalize a document structural approach or start a real work in this direction, according to the UN agency.

The IAEA is seeking greater access to sites, documents or individuals can clarify the points raised in its 2011 report on evidence that Iran has worked to develop the atomic bomb before 2003 and may be after.

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