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Reports say Iran has made two new strategic moves in retaliation for the IAEA resolution against the country including gas injection into advanced IR2 and IR6 centrifuges.
Reports say, following the passing of an anti-Iran resolution at the meeting of the IAEA board of governors, Tehran will expedite production and installation of IR-6, IR-4 and IR-2m centrifuge machines.
The United Nations nuclear watchdog has announced that it estimated Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium had grown to more than 18 times the limit laid down in Tehran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said Iranian scientists took action when the country needed 20% nuclear fuel and produced it and today Iran is capable of producing 60% fuel.
Atomic Chief Mohammad Eslami says Iranian scientists have made substantial progress in the field of heavy water technology despite pressure by the enemies.
The Head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization says the country is aiming to attract investment worth 50 billion dollars in its nuclear sector over the next 15 years.
A report says Iran’s decision to set up its new workshop for manufacturing centrifuge parts underground at the Natanz nuclear facility is a “natural response to acts of mischief” aimed at harming the country’s peaceful atomic program, amid the UN nuclear watchdog’s failure to shoulder its responsibility of safeguarding the states’ nuclear work.
The Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Mohammad Eslami, has said the technical negotiations over the US’s return to the 2015 nuclear deal are over.
In a “great stride,” Iran has started production of spare parts for uranium enrichment centrifuges at a newly-opened workshop in the central city of Natanz using machines moved there from a site near Tehran, a report says.
Iran says the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, will have no access to surveillance cameras installed in Natanz nuclear site before Tehran’s return to the 2015 nuclear deal, JCPOA.
The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the Islamic Republic now has complete knowledge of the entire nuclear fuel cycle.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has said Iran’s nuclear know-how is irreversible. President Raisi made the comment in a ceremony where he unveiled 9 nuclear achievements made by Iranian scientists on the National Day of Nuclear Technology in Tehran on Saturday.
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the country is contemplating “exponential progress” from now on.
The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said the country will unveil 9 new nuclear achievements on April 9, which marks the National Day of Nuclear Energy in the Islamic Republic.
The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, AEOI, has vowed that the Islamic Republic will not back down on its peaceful nuclear activities.
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says production of nuclear fuel with different purity levels is a child’s play for the country.
Iran's atomic chief says the country's first nuclear power plant has so far helped the country save six billion dollars.
The Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the country will be producing 10,000 MW of nuclear power next year and plans to increase the production to 17,000 MG in 20 years.
A top Russian diplomat has hailed remarks by Iran’s nuclear chief who said Tehran has no plans to enrich uranium beyond 60 percent even if the Vienna talks fail.
The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says Iran’s nuclear program has made significant progress, and the country is currently enriching uranium to the purity level of 60%.
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani has urged the International Atomic Energy Agency to preserve its technical nature and yield to no political pressure.