Atomic Energy Organization spokesman: we are able and in spectacular speed to return to the pre-nuclear deal


nuclearThe Atomic Energy spokesman, Behrouz Kamalonda announced that Iran’s ability in the nuclear field, and in the field of uranium enrichment in particular is very high.

If necessary we can quickly and in spectacular speed return to the status quo prior to the deal, he stressed.

For setting a time to return to the pre-signing of the nuclear agreement stage Kamalonda said from the start , we envisaged scenarios for return and we are prepared, if necessary to take swift measures that will surprise the other party.

“We know how to keep our nuclear achievements that we have obtained from the sacrifices of the martyrs of nuclear energy.  Employees and officials

Of Nuclear Energy Organization ( NEO) will do their best to maintain such great achievements” he added.

Nuclear Energy Organization Spokesman stated that Supreme Leader, during a meeting with officials confirmed that we have implemented our commitments in Vrdo Arak and other issues. He strongly criticized the other party for not respecting its commitments to carry out its obligations in other areas.

The other party seeks to bring interpretations not mentioned in the agreement. However, carefully taken by the Supreme Leader, who is versed in technical and technological issues has created better conditions for us as negotiators and implementers, Kamalonda said.

He warned: If necessary and if the other party does not respect its commitment to fulfill its obligations we will go back to the previous situation , and of course, using advanced centrifuges . We can quickly take a very good position.

We hope the other party understands well this warning and not undermine achievements realized so far that are in his interests, Nuclear Energy Organization spokesman reiterated.

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  1. Iran could stop these demonizing SOB’s real quick if they’d just swap over to geothermal powered dynamos instead, then turn around and demonize everyone still using nuclear fired water boilers with their scorched earth “depleted uranium” for weapons production.

    • @captain obvious / Ariana
      – The reason why Iran is looking to maintain its nuclear program is because of the technological advancements involved with nuclear materials and how this coincides within current infrastructure, industry and employment. Iran has one of the highest densities of universities and educational institutions and highest number of enrolled university students per capita, that can allow its people to take science, medicine and nuclear industries to the next level.

      To reject nuclear power for their country and switch to gas fuels, would shut out technologies and industries dependent on Uranium trade/industries based on nuclear materials, such as medical equipment in hospitals and advanced science. Also (from Iran’s perspective) they feel threatened by Israel being so close with a nuclear weapons arsenal, so they must feel it is essential to leave open the possibility of making nuclear weapons for self defense as a deterrent.

  2. Even if Trump or Hillary go back to hawkish stance on Iran and resort to Mossad Hajj scientists false flags, they cannot unsign multimillion dollar deals signed with Iran by Boeing and the rest of the corporate gang after sanctions lift-off. Also in my opinion Iran and Syria might even score more and better if they suddenly drop a diplomatic super-bomb and recognize Israel to force the Eretz Israel back in to the 1967 borders (also withdraw from Golan occupation) and make the PNAC-ers useless with their middle east agenda. As the Saudis have already started building grand embassy in Tel Aviv and might bring this issue to the Arab league. Just look at Jordan for example, the country is currently hosting more than 10 million refugees from all over Arab and Muslim world.

  3. Trump has stated that, if he’s elected POTUS, then his first order of business will be to revisit the Iran nuclear deal.

    This article indicates that Iran has its own “trump” card to play.

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