Iran nuclear deal: Is Iran making secret nuclear bombs? Satellite photo reveals underground nuclear plant’s pole – iran builds at underground nuclear facility at fordo amid tension with us and israelOn December 19, 2020 by admin
Iran is increasingly working to build nuclear bombs amidst ongoing tension from the US and Israel. On Friday, news agency The Associated Press released satellite photos claiming that Iran was building a rapidly underground nuclear facility near Fordo village. At the same time, Iran has not yet publicly accepted any new construction at Fordo. However, after the arrival of the new photographs, many countries have made a verbal attack on Tehran.
That is why Iran is building a nuclear center under the ground
The purpose of building Iran’s new nuclear facility center at Fordo is still unclear. Experts have said that Iran fears that Israel or the US may attack it if it builds a center above the ground. Therefore, it is now working on building its nuclear centers underground, keeping future concerns in mind.
Iran also did not provide information to international agency
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an international agency that monitors nuclear programs around the world, has refused to comment on Iran’s Fordo plant. Experts from this agency are still in Tehran as part of the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal. The agency has not yet released any report that mentions the construction of a new nuclear plant at Fordo.
Satellite photo revealed Iranian move
It is being told that the construction work of Fordo’s nuclear plant was started in September this year. The Associated Press reported that Fordo is located near the sacred Shiite city of Kom, based on satellite photographs of Maxar Technologies. The city is located 90 kilometers southwest of the capital Tehran. The satellite photo of 11 December shows the foundation dug on the pillar to make the building clear.
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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a confidential report that Iran has installed three more clusters of advanced IR-2m centrifuges at the uranium enrichment center of Natanz. This cluster is clearly built underground to withstand any aerial bombardment. A few months ago, Iran’s nuclear plant was attacked by Israeli planes. With this fear, Iran is now building all its strategic bases underground.
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The nuclear deal with Iran states that Tehran can only use first-generation IR-1 centrifuges. This refines the centrifuge uranium very slowly. The IR-2m centrifuge currently installed rapidly refines uranium. The IAEA has expressed concern that this would allow Iran to freeze uranium to produce large quantities of atomic bombs.
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Israel has feared that Iran is continuing its policy of uranium enrichment at the 4 percent level. A report submitted to Defense Minister Benny Gantz said that Iran is just six months away from producing all the components of an atomic bomb and could build a nuclear weapon in the next two years.
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The International Atomic Energy Agency said in a report earlier this month that Iran was violating the nuclear deal. It has prevented the inspection of international parties at two places for months. It is feared that work is being done for the development of atomic bombs at both these locations.
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