Iranian Foreign Minister attacks what he sees as lack of response to Israel's nuclear empowerment • Zarif referred to allegations that construction is taking place in KMG
Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif // Photo: AP
Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javed Zarif today (Saturday) attacked the powers and claimed that they were eye-popping in the face of Israel's military nuclear intensification.
In a tweet posted on the social network Twitter, Zarif wrote: "Israel is expanding Dimona, the nuclear bomb factory in the region."
Zarif tagged US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emanuel Macron and the International Atomic Energy Agency and asked: "Very worried? Worried? A little? Want to comment? I thought so. "
Zarif referred to reports according to satellite images published by the International Panel on Fractures (IPFM) with the help of a commercial satellite, ostensibly showing a new array of buildings in the Dimona nuclear research campus.
The photo, taken from the SuperView-1 (SV-1) satellite on January 4, shows a construction site in the Dome of the Reactor area and another nearby facility.
According to the report, it is not clear when the construction work began.
However, given the photographs based on the "Google Earth" widget - September 2011 was not the new facility.
The purpose of the facility is not clear, but it seems that its construction is progressing at a high pace with many tools and vehicles involved in its construction.
According to an estimate from the satellite photos, its dimensions are about 140 meters by about 50 meters.