(Worthy News) – Iran has opened a centrifuge parts workshop at Natanz that will provide parts for its uranium enriching centrifuges, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) revealed in a Thursday report, according to Reuters.
The new plant will make use of machines Iran moved from its previous facility in Karaj, the U.N. atomic agency said.
The Natanz workshop’s opening points to Iranian plans for building advanced centrifuges in order to speed up uranium enrichment faster than it could accomplish with the first-generation centrifuges it was confined to use under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal framework. [ Source: Arutz Sheva (Read More…) ]
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