Violates nuclear deal: Iran significantly increased uranium enrichment – IAEA

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Violates nuclear deal: Iran has significantly increased its uranium enrichment, – IAEA

Tehran is commissioning advanced centrifuges at a nuclear facility in Natanz. All equipment produces gaseous uranium hexafluoride enriched up to 5%.

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Tehran has increased uranium enrichment with advanced centrifuges at its underground Natanz plant. This is stated in a confidential report of the IAEA, which was reviewed by Reuters.

Iran is commissioning more and more advanced centrifuges, which are prohibited from using for the production of enriched uranium under the Iranian nuclear deal from 2015, the organization noted.

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The only centrifuge that Iran can use under the agreement is the first generation IR-1. In Natanz, the operation of the third cascade of modified IR-6 centrifuges is noticeable.

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According to the IAEA, Iran quickly completed the installation of 7 sets of centrifuges, which were at the initial stage of installation on 31 August. The complex includes one centrifuge IR-4 and 6 IR-2m.

Iran plans to add three more IR-2m cascades in addition to the 12 already installed. All enrichment centrifuges at Natanz produced gaseous uranium hexafluoride enriched to 5%, the report said.

Until August 31, these centrifuges were loaded with uranium hexafluoride enriched to 2%. According to diplomats, Iran will have to stop the advanced centrifuges and put them into storage.

In April this year, an accident occurred in the electricity distribution network at the Shahid Ahmadi Roshan uranium enrichment facility in Natanz. Tehran built a facility in Natanz at a depth of 8 meters underground on an area of ‚Äč‚Äčabout 100 thousand square meters. meters.

In December 2020, the Iranian Parliament banned UN inspectors from visiting nuclear facilities. Such a law was adopted after the assassination of the scientist Mohsen Fakhrizade, he was one of the creators of the Iranian nuclear program.