Iran installing new uranium centrifuges
New enrichment technology will speed up progress of nuclear facility
A Foreign Ministry spokesman has announced that Iran’s nuclear specialists are installing a new generation of centrifuges for the enrichment of uranium.
Following a report by Reuters that Iran is installing two new advanced centrifuge models, spokesperson for the ministry Ramin Mehmanparast responded to a series of questions at a press conference, saying: “By installing the new generation of centrifuges, the country’s progress in regard to its peaceful nuclear activities is being made with more speed and better quality.”
“All Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities are being conducted in cooperation with the IAEA, and all the details have been reported to the agency.”
A state-run website has reported that an unmanned US spy aircraft has been shot down over the country’s Fordu nuclear test site near Qom, saying that the plane was attempting to collect information about the site’s location.