Iran says will begin uranium enrichment at Fordow if nuclear deal unravels
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 () BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iran will begin uranium enrichment at its Fordow plant and will install new nuclear equipment at its Natanz facility if it withdraws from a nuclear deal with major powers, said the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI).
On Wednesday, Reuters reported that Iran will begin uranium enrichment at its Fordow plant and will install new nuclear equipment at its Natanz facility. A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran said the movements will proceed if it withdraws from a nuclear deal with major powers. The...
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