NCRI to expose on Tuesday Iran regime’s secret parallel nuclear program
The Iranian Resistance has uncovered a parallel secret nuclear program in Iran - as the regime is talks with Western governments on curbing its nuclear capabilities.
The U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US) said in a statement: "Through its sources within the Iranian regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran has obtained highly critical and reliable intelligence on the existence of an active and secret parallel nuclear program in Iran."
Details of the nuclear program will be revealed at a press conference on Tuesday, February 24 at 10am at the Holeman Lounge, National Press Building, in Washington DC.
The NCRI has exposed some of the most significant dimensions of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program, including the Natanz uranium enrichment and Arak heavy water sites in August 2002, Kalay-e Electric centrifuge assembly and testing facility in February 2003, the Lashkar-abad Laser enrichment and Lavizan-Shian sites in May 2003, the Fordo underground enrichment site in December 2005, and the Defensive Innovation and Research Organization, SPND, in July 2011.