Iran shifts centrifuge work away from site allegedly struck by Israel — UN watchdog


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(Worthy News) – has informed the it has stopped production at one of its facilities attacked last June and transferred work to another site, the watchdog said Monday.

The move responded to a “ concern” following the attack, with the new site “better protected,” a European diplomat told AFP.

The TESA complex in Karaj, which is near the capital Tehran, hosted a workshop to build components for centrifuges, machines used to enrich uranium. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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