Iran’s Supreme Diplomat accuses Israel of attacking Natanz’s nuclear facility


Iran’s top diplomat on Monday was Israel Mysterious power outage At the Natanz atomic facility underground.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Javadzarif has brought criticism as a world power, and Tehran has renewed its diplomatic efforts to revive the 2015 nuclear deal that former President Donald Trump ended. Ongoing discussions It is held in Vienna.

“Zionists want to take revenge on the Iranian people who have succeeded in lifting the oppressive sanctions, but we do not allow it and take revenge on the Zionists themselves,” Zarif reported in the official Iranian IRNA news agency. Said in the comments.

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The outage of Natanz took place on Sunday, when the head of Iran’s private nuclear agency Ali Akbar Salehi accused “nuclear terrorism,” but Salehi was unable to point his finger directly at Israel. Israel has not commented on the claim.

But for months, Israel has warned about Iran’s nuclear activity and expressed strong opposition to resuming trade. Israeli media reported that the incident was the result of a cyberattack aimed at disrupting the site.

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Natanz has been the target of sabotage in the past.

Discovered in 2010 and widely believed to be co-created by the United States and Israel, the Stuxnet computer virus destroyed an Iranian centrifuge in Natanz early in Western concerns about Tehran’s nuclear program. I destroyed it. Natanz was also hit by a mysterious explosion at its advanced centrifuge assembly plant in July.

Iran also accused Israel of November killings Mosen Fafrizade, An Iranian scientist who believes Israel has masterminded the now abolished secret military nuclear program of Islamic republic.

“Let’s clarify the purpose of these latest Israeli attacks on Iran’s facilities,” said John Gazbinian, secretary general of the University of Pennsylvania’s Middle East Center. “Retreat Iran’s nuclear program,” as widely claimed. That’s not the case. ” I wrote it on Twitter. “It’s about retreating diplomacy, and it’s not a new tactic.”

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declared a “permanent, iron-walled” US commitment to Israel on his visit to Israel since taking office as Pentagon Secretary in January.

Austin did not mention Iran in his public statement.

However, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said his country sees the United States as a “perfect partner” to the “at least Iran” threat.

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