November IAEA report: Ghosts of Violations Past

Another IAEA report regarding Iran’s nuclear progress is coming up this Friday  and while not much is known to date about the contents of the expected document, several leaks indicate that there will be no big surprises in it, but more of Iran’s steady, determined pursuit on it’s way to full capability. What’s to be expected? More of the same, at a faster pace. We’ll be examining the new information in light of our previous research of the matter, which is as always available for free use Here.

Iran’s pursuit inevitably includes repeated violations of UN guidelines and agreements. According to AFP:

“Iran is on the threshold of being able to significantly ramp up production at its most controversial nuclear plant, diplomats expect the UN nuclear agency to say in a new report on Friday.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will outline that despite sanctions, Iran’s engineers have now fully fitted out the Fordo enrichment facility, dug into a mountain near the holy city of Qom.”

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