Iran points to a fugitive as the author of the Natanz blackout



Updated on Saturday, April 17, 2021 – 13:05

Iran has announced that “the necessary legal steps have been taken for his arrest and return to the country.” He has not explained his link with the Israelis, whom he accused of the attack

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Is named Reza Karimi, tHe is 43 years old and, according to the Iranian state networks this Saturday morning, he is responsible for thesabotage at the Natanz nuclear facilities that destroyed part of their centrifuges a week ago. Karimi is in unknown location. Iran has announced that “the necessary legal steps have been taken for his arrest and return to the country,” including the issuance of a red note to Interpol. He has not explained his ties to the Israelis, whom he accused of the attack.

Natanz’s destructive blackout, attributed to Israel also by Western intelligence, could put the Vienna negotiations to revive the nuclear agreement in check. It was also the reason Tehern used this week to enrich a certain amount of uranium to 60% purity, an unprecedented magnitude in Iran that, although insufficient to produce an atomic weapon, can help Iranian researchers to learn more about it. of this type of process.

In a brief report on the national network, the announcer has presented an image of the alleged suspect of “sabotage”, identified, explained, by the Imn Zaman Soldiers, a term to refer to the local secret services. No further details have been provided. The news has continued showing a quarter of operational centrifuges, similar to the one that, according to Iranian sources announced this Friday, has successfully raised the enrichment level from 20% to 60%.

“We are producing about 9 grams at 60%” per hour, the director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran assured on national television this Friday, Ali Akbar Salehi. “But we have to work on some fixes … to lower it to 5 grams per hour. Then we will simultaneously produce at 20%,” he added. The speaker of parliament, Mohammad Baghir Ghalibaf, celebrated the milestone saying that “the will of the Iranian nation works miracles that destroy any conspiracy.”


All this occurred while, in Vienna, the delegates of Iran and the United States, with the mediation of Brussels, negotiated a return to the course of the 2015 nuclear agreement. The news about possible advances – despite what happened in Natanz, the Supreme Leader in Iran favored keep talking – they come in a dropper. Iran’s negotiator, Abbas Aragchi, announced an additional meeting for this Saturday, to hear the reports of the working groups, before deciding on the continuity of the dialogue “.

The tone of the comments surrounding the quote suggests that there is a possibility of break the entrenchment to which they had come to each other for refusing to be the first to take the step back. Iran has demanded that Washington lift all Trump-era sanctions, regardless of their nature, before reversing measures such as uranium enrichment; The White House has emphasized that there could be no lifting without the end of these measures, taken in response to the sanctions.

“The discussions continue their course. I think it is premature to pass a judgment on their result, but we are still in dialogue,” said the US president on Friday. Joe biden, himself one of the negotiators of the comatose atomic pact signed by Barack Obama. On the increase in uranium enrichment, Biden acknowledged that “I do not support and do not believe in any way that it is useful for Iran to say that it is going to enrich 60%.”

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