Iranian Resistance to reveal another secret nuclear site in Iran on Nov 18
NCRI - Even while Tehran claims to be opening up its nuclear program to international inspectors, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) will expose a new secret nuclear site of the clerical regime in a press conference in Paris on Monday, November 18.
Specific details of this site—including exact location, its latest status, organs, and companies involved in construction of the site—that have been compiled by the resistance sources inside of Iran in the past few months, will be revealed in Monday’s press conference.
Mehdi Abrichamtchi, chairman of the Peace and Security Committee of the NCRI, who will conduct the press conference, will also provide the latest information on the mullahs’ nuclear dossier and its attempts to conceal its nuclear activities prior to new round of negotiations in Geneva.
Throughout the last decade, the NCRI has revealed scores of sites and centers involved in the Iranian regime’s clandestine nuclear project. These include Natanz and Arak (August 2002), Kala-Electric (February 2003), Fordow (December 2005), the Center for Command and Control of nuclear weaponization in an area known as Mojdeh (February 2008), and subsequently the new center known as SPND (July 2011). In July 2013, it revealed a new site near city of Damavand.
The revelations at this press conference will take place at a time when Iranian regime claims to permit inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), but not of all the sites related to its nuclear program. The press conference will happen as the ongoing talks of the clerical regime with the P5+1 nations—the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, plus Germany—are scheduled to resume in the next few days.