The Iranian regime has committed another breach of its nuclear deal with major powers by enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges, a report by the United Nations nuclear watchdog policing that deal said on Thursday, further fraying the landmark accord.
For the past several months, Iran’s regime has been breaching the restrictions of its deal with major powers step-by-step.
The head of the ‘ian regime’s Atomic Energy Organization says the regime has enriched 24 tons of uranium since its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, far more than the amount permitted under the terms of the pact. pic.twitter.com/zEo7k360T5
— NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) July 20, 2019
Indeed, were it not for the Iranian Resistance’s stunning revelation of the Natanz uranium enrichment site and Arak heavy water facility in August 2002, and subsequent revelations, which unveiled the extent to which the regime’s clandestine nuclear weapons work had advanced, and which triggered inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and ensuing measures by the United Nations Security Council, the mullahs would have had the bomb by now and the fate of the Middle East and the world would not be the same.
The NCRI has made clear Iran’s regime must not be allowed to carry out any uranium enrichment, and its nuclear projects must be entirely dismantled.