Increasing the level of uranium enrichment to 20% at Fordow is an issue that was officially raised yesterday from the political principles of Iran and was also confirmed by the Atomic Energy Agency. This event in the last days of Trump’s presidency could have political consequences in the region.
Of course, this shows Iran’s authority in insisting on its nuclear aspirations, but the unexpected behavior of the US President is an issue that has come under the magnifying glass of political analysts. Please stay with Artan Press until the end to analyze this issue and examine it with the received impulses.
After confirming the news of the increase in the level and tonnage of uranium enrichment in Iran, the government spokesman expanded the issue on how to implement the regulations of the Strategic Action Law for the lifting of sanctions. These events were highlighted in line with the support and involvement of the parliament in the enrichment debate. The government has already stated that it considers the law passed by the parliament to be binding and will abide by it.
*** Government opposes enrichment plan
The government has been cautious about entering this phase of enrichment because in the current situation it does not seek any excuse from the United States. Although the government did not consider the plan expedient from the beginning and criticized it for not consulting the government in its final approval, these issues did not affect the government’s commitment to implement these laws.
The government has agreed to implement the plan, despite some setbacks. In this regard, the President in the past few days issued an order to launch 20% enrichment, and the gas injection process began hours ago after the initial steps such as informing the International Atomic Energy Agency and submitting a design questionnaire based on the country’s safeguard obligations. And in a few hours the first UF6 product will be available.
*** The reaction of the Zionist regime
In the first hours of the news leak, Mr. Iran has brought significant international reflections to the level of enrichment. The Israeli prime minister on Monday afternoon, continuing the usual exaggeration about Iran, this time claimed that Tehran’s goal is to resume 20% uranium enrichment to build a nuclear weapon. These justifications have been repeatedly raised by the Israelis, but superficial defenses have made the statements issued by them invalid.
Regarding Iran’s resumption of 20 percent uranium enrichment, the Israeli prime minister said that Iran’s goal is to build nuclear weapons and that Tel Aviv will never allow this to happen to Iran. Netanyahu claimed that Iran’s decision to resume 20 percent uranium enrichment was just an attempt to pursue its goal of developing a military nuclear program.
*** The main idea of the 20% enrichment plan of the parliament
The main idea of this plan was presented by the parliament. In response to regional tensions, the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in response to US hostile actions against the Islamic Republic of Iran and the cooperation of European countries with it, finally approved a strategic action plan to lift sanctions. The implementation of this plan was immediately handed over to the government, and the government implemented this plan yesterday.
Pursuant to Article 1 of this plan, in order to meet the nine conditions of the Supreme Leader regarding the nuclear agreement, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran is obliged, immediately after the adoption of this law, to produce 20% enriched uranium for peaceful issues and at least annually. 120 kg to store it inside the country and also the organization is obliged to meet the country’s need for peaceful use of uranium with a richness of more than 20% without delay.
*** Global feedback
Another global feedback on this issue goes back to international publications. The Wall Street Journal reported in recent days that Iran had written a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency announcing its intention to begin enriching 20 percent of uranium. This has led to a new chapter in Iran’s nuclear program, and we will have to wait and see in detail.
It is not bad to know that more than 50 countries in the world use the benefits of nuclear energy, while less than ten countries have ” 20% uranium enrichment” technology. Various industries such as energy, water and sewage, transportation, medicine, cultural heritage, agriculture, etc. are industries in which nuclear energy can be used. Also, about 70 countries in the world use the space industry in the entertainment industry, military industry, weather forecasting, agriculture, etc., while about 10 countries have the technology to build and send satellites into space.
The UAE, as the first Arab country, successfully placed the Omid satellite in orbit around Mars. The project was carried out with the participation of the United States in the construction of the satellite and Japan in launching it. Last week, the Arab world’s first nuclear reactor was commissioned at the UAE’s Barakeh power plant. The plant has a production capacity of 5,600 watts of electricity (more than five times the capacity of the Bushehr nuclear power plant).
*** Nuclear and aerospace industry in the Persian Gulf countries
Dubai Metro, one of the most advanced metros in the world, was inaugurated by a consortium of French, Turkish and Spanish at exactly the scheduled time (09.09.2009). The important point in all three of these plans is that the UAE, contrary to our expectations, did not lay all its eggs in the US basket and was able to interact with both Eastern and Western countries and technical and economic interaction.
Thus, the UAE entered both the Club of Nuclear Countries and the Club of Space Countries. A country that until 50 years ago was a British colony and had a very difficult economic situation, today it has become one of the richest countries in the world. This country is one of the top countries in the world in terms of GDP and their passports, in recent years has been among the 5 most valid passports in the world. It also has the world’s largest air fleet and the world’s busiest airport. With the credit rating of 2 OECD institutions (Iran’s ranking is 7), in 2018, this country was able to attract more than 140 billion dollars (twice the annual sales of Iranian oil) foreign investment. It hosts the regional offices of most major international companies
How could this country achieve what Iran has achieved with staggering political and economic costs without political cost and international sanctions and pressure?
*** Experience of nuclear and aerospace industry in neighboring countries
Utilizing the many benefits of the nuclear and aerospace industries does not necessarily mean having the entire cycle of these industries. The nuclear and aerospace industries, such as aircraft manufacturing, are high-tech industries that need to spend a lot of time and money to complete their value chain, so instead of relying solely on domestic power and localization, The cycles of these industries have tried to synergize and share costs among themselves. For example, more than a dozen countries are involved in the production of Airbus aircraft, or countries such as Italy, Spain, Germany, Belgium and France do not have uranium enrichment alone and participate in 20% uranium enrichment consortia with other countries.
The UAE, like other countries, tried to use the world’s existing experience in the field of nuclear and aerospace and did not reinvent the wheel from the beginning! The UAE has been able to take advantage of the benefits of advanced industry and develop its economy without spending political money. In the meantime, if we ask the native people of the UAE and even the immigrants of this country about their dignity and respect in the world, what do you think they will answer?
*** Is uranium enrichment more necessary or an economy with negative growth of 9%?
On the other hand, our country insists on the internalization of all industries, from self-sufficiency in wheat to the construction of domestic cars and missiles and the uranium enrichment cycle. Has anyone ever weighed the cost-benefit of this thinking? Has anyone asked the Iranian people whether 20% uranium enrichment is more necessary or the economy with a negative growth of 9%?
Before the enrichment of uranium, Iran used the benefits of this energy in agriculture and medicine, and the fuel needed by our country was provided to us even in the midst of the war, but now that we have the enrichment cycle in full, What new use of nuclear energy have we made? Interestingly, the enriched uranium made inside us is not used in the Bushehr power plant, and the Russians will supply its fuel and remove its waste for up to 20 years.
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