(Worthy News) - Iran’s nuclear chief on Wednesday inaugurated the Islamic Republic’s new nuclear enrichment facility that is geared toward producing centrifuges which will operate within the limits of the nuclear deal Tehran signed with world powers.
Iranian state television broadcast an interview with Ali Akbar Salehi after nightfall, showcasing the facility at Natanz’s uranium enrichment center.
In the interview, Salehi said the facility’s construction began even before the 2015 deal was signed and that he hopes the first centrifuges - known as old-generation centrifuges - will roll out in a month’s time. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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