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Salehi announces the restart of the backup electricity system at the Natanz facility


Tehran-SANA, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, announced the restart of the backup electricity system


The head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, announced the restart of the backup electricity system, which operates in an emergency situation at the Natanz nuclear facility, which was subjected to sabotage yesterday, indicating that other matters will continue to be reformed.

Inaugurating the National Center for Quantum Technology today, Salehi said that Iran's enemy tried, through this sabotage act at the Natanz facility, to sow despair among the Iranian people, but he was wrongly wrong, stressing that the best type of response to the enemy is to maintain vitality, activity and a high spirit and prove to the enemies that the people are The Iranian will not surrender.

Salehi explained that what happened in the Natanz facility was an absolutely “act of sabotage,” noting that Iran's security systems “have reached clues of the crime and will follow up the investigations and announce the results.”

Salehi also confirmed that the uranium enrichment in the facility did not stop, and he is moving forward strongly, considering that what happened through the defect of some devices will be addressed and the country will return to work twice as much as it was because Tehran’s measures will not be limited to repairing the damage but rather developing the damaged equipment.

Earlier in the day, Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif confirmed that the officials of the Zionist entity had openly declared that they would not allow any progress in terms of lifting the embargo on Iran, and today they imagine that they have achieved their goals, but that they will receive a response with further development at the nuclear level in Iran.

The spokesman for the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Behrouz Kamalondi, announced that the electricity distribution network at the Natanz facility was subjected to an accident yesterday that did not result in human injuries or radioactive contamination, while the head of the organization confirmed that his country reserves the right to take measures against the perpetrators of this accident, the two orders and the perpetrators.

Source: sena

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