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Duo annos post le interruption de su programma nuclear, Iran ha decidite reprender lo sub le supervision del Agentia International del Energia Atomic. Ben que le vicedirector del organisation irani del energia atomic, Mohammad Saidi, ha precisate que le activitates nuclear se limita al recerca scientific, le decision de Teheran ha causate deception e enoio in le paises occidental.
Teheran insiste que su programmas de recerca atomic es necesse pro disveloppar su capacitates industrial e que su fines es pacific e limitate al production de electricitate de fontes nuclear.
Le Union Europee habeva succedite temporalmente a dissuader Iran a reprender iste programma, ma le Iranis rumpeva iste accordo in augusto. Le effortios de Russia pro resolver le crise non ha essitte fructuose.
Hieri le autoritates irani comenciava a rumper le sigillos que habeva claudite le installationes nuclear. Le Statos Unite ha dicite que ille demandarea un resolution del Consilio de Securitate del ONU si Iran non interrumpe de novo su activitates nuclear.
Two years after interrupting its nuclear program, Iran has decided to reopen it under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Though the Vice-Director of the Iranian Atomic Energy Agency, Mohammad Saidi, has said that nuclear activities are limited to scientific research, Teheran’s decision has caused disappointment and annoyance in the Western countries.
Teheran insists that its atomic-research program is necessary for developing its industrial capabilities and that its goals are peaceful and limited to the production of electricity from nuclear sources.
The European Union had temporarily succeeded in keeping Iran from reopening this program, but the Iranians broke this agreement in August. Efforts by Russia to resolve the crisis have not been fruitful.
Yesterday the Iranian authorities started to break the seals that had closed off the nuclear installations. The United States has said that it would ask for a resolution of the United Nations Security Council if Iran does not interrupt its nuclear activities.