Tag Archive | Iran

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 […]

Iran2407 : Hot Evidence To Nuclear Coverup in Parchin

Evidence of “Cleaning Up”: “Water…used as part of…attempt to wash out radiological evidence from hydrodynamic testing…grinding down the surfaces inside the building, collecting the dust and then washing the area thoroughly….followed with use of new building materials and paint. Washing alone runs the risk of contaminating the wider area outside. Removal of the surrounding, contaminated […]

A Decade of Agreement Violations – The Infographic

Attached are both info graphic formats- video and PDF for free use and distribution.

2011 Report | A – B

A. Introduction 1. This report of the Director General to the Board of Governors and, in parallel, to the Security Council, is on the implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement1 and relevant provisions of Security Council resolutions in the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran). 2. The Security Council has affirmed that the steps required by […]

2011 Report | C

C. Enrichment Related Activities 7. Contrary to the relevant resolutions of the Board of Governors and the Security Council, Iran has notsuspended its enrichment related activities in the following declared facilities, all of which arenevertheless under Agency safeguards.   C.1. Natanz: Fuel Enrichment Plant and Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant 8. Fuel Enrichment Plant (FEP): There […]

2011 Report | D – E

D. Reprocessing Activities 28. Pursuant to the relevant resolutions of the Board of Governors and the Security Council, Iran is obliged to suspend its reprocessing activities, including R&D.27  In a letter to the Agency dated 15 February 2008, Iran stated that it “does not have reprocessing activities”. In that context, the Agencyhas continued to monitor […]

2011 Report | F

F. Uranium Conversion and Fuel Fabrication 32. Although it is obliged to suspend all enrichment related activities and heavy water related projects, Iran is conducting a number of activities at UCF and the Fuel Manufacturing Plant (FMP) at Esfahanwhich, as described below, are in contravention of those obligations, although both facilities are underAgency safeguards. 33. […]