NCRI Reveal New Intelligence

MEK: NCRI reveals new nuclear centre in Iran

NCRI Reveal New Intelligence

the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) United States representative office disclosed in a press conference the details of the Iranian regime’s new center of continued nuclear activities.

Mr. Alireza Jafarzadeh, NCRI-US Office Deputy Director, addressed the conference: “According to top-secret intelligence obtained by the network inside Iran of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, (PMOI / MEK Iran) from within the regime, SPND has continued its work following the JCPOA.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) revealed that the Iranian regime continued its violations of the 2015 nuclear deal by establishing a new nuclear program center.

In a Washington conference held online because of the coronavirus pandemic, the NCRI’s US Representative Office explained that Iran had continued to develop its nuclear program with new facilities to build nuclear bombs.

The NCRI said that the Defence Innovation and Research Organization (SPND), a Defence Ministry organization heavily controlled by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was responsible for the project, even naming some of the key officials involved and providing satellite images of the site, which shows a secret tunnel.

The NCRI’s Soona Samsami said:  “It is clear that the SPND, which pursues the building of nuclear weapons with Iran’s Ministry of Defence, is continuing its activities. The appeasement policy by the Western countries allowed the regime to accelerate its drive to acquire nuclear weapons, even while they were negotiating with Europe.”

This top-secret intelligence proves that the SPND continued its work after the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was designed to halt Iran’s nuclear weapons development for ten years, was signed by the US, the UK, France, Germany, China, and Russia in 2015.

This was first revealed by the NCRI in 2017, but there is now evidence of a new site – the Khojir site – being built on Damavand Highway in the Serkhathisar area east of Tehran and the two missile-manufacturing complexes – Hemat and Bagheri – that are the most prominent sites for the construction of ballistic missiles. Both of the complexes feature several factories and manufacturing units inside tunnels and underground facilities.

Iranian Resistance leader Maryam Rajavi said that the new site proves that the JCPOA didn’t stop Tehran from gaining nuclear weapons, which is the cornerstone of its survival strategy.

Former International Atomic Energy Agency inspector Dr. Olli Heinonen said: “The IAEA was aware of a fledgling nuclear weapons program in Iran, but did not investigate it. They found uranium particles, were not satisfied with Iran’s responses, but this remains unexplained. But there was a great deal of political pressure and the JCPOA was signed… The IAEA was told that monitoring would address this. The problem is that if the international community does not have a full understanding of the situation on the ground, how would monitoring help? This is what’s troubling.”

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