On April 14, it was announced that, based on a new planning by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), the special machines used for the manufacture of rotors and bellows had been transferred from the industrial complex. TESA Karaj at the Shahid Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan nuclear facility. in the city of Natanz. The machines began manufacturing centrifuge parts at the new workshops after removing International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) seals.
This important and strategic step, which was taken by the Islamic Republic within the framework of negotiations aimed at lifting the oppressive sanctions, must be considered as a decisive step towards increasing the safety and security factor of Iranian nuclear installations and their related industries.
In recent years and amidst a lack of sensitivity and attention on the part of the IAEA to play a responsible role in the field of protecting the peaceful nuclear activities of various countries, some malicious activities, including the Zionist regime has implicitly accepted responsibility, have caused damage to our country’s nuclear facilities.
Although these activities have never succeeded in having a decisive effect on the advancement of Iran’s peaceful nuclear programme, given the inherent sensitivity of the nature of nuclear work, the adoption of new strategies in the structural aspects , hardware and software has found its place on the agenda of the AEOI authorities so that the safety of nuclear installations can be fully ensured.
In this regard, and following an aborted measure taken last year against the rotor and bellows production workshop of the TESA Karaj complex, the transfer of these machines to the nuclear facility of Shahid Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan in the city of Natanz has been put on the agenda of the AEOI as a way to increase the safety factor of the industrial tool and to optimize the manufacturing process of centrifuges. As a result, the necessary infrastructure has been set up in the Natanz complex and the machines used for the manufacture of the centrifuges have been transferred to the new site in the shortest possible time and by adopting the required technical and management steps.
Despite the technical complexities and the need for coordination with the IAEA, the machines were activated in a remarkably quick and rigorous process after the handover, and began manufacturing centrifuge parts on Thursday.
This valuable step taken by the AEOI sends a decisive and clear message to adversaries and those designing malicious measures against Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities, and serves to both show the agility and ingenuity of the experts. the country’s nuclear weapons in response to hard and soft threats, and illustrate a clear interpretation of the strategy announced by the leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, who has consistently insisted that the country’s activities and plans not be not related to negotiations with foreign parties.
(This article was originally published in Farsi by the Nour News website, which is affiliated with Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), and translated into English by Press TV staff.)