Iran can produce fuel with different degrees of enrichment easily, AEOI head says
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) had said that Iran has been able to designate 12 regions in the country for radiation.
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Referring to the latest achievements of the country's nuclear industry, Mohammad Eslami added in a TV program on Tuesday night: "The first step we took was to conduct studies and plan to promote the effectiveness of the technology through radiation for all fields, especially in agriculture, food, and industry."
Regarding the IAEA and Iran's cooperation, the Vice President said: "After the victory of the revolution, due to obstacles and selective behavior of the IAEA, Iran, unfortunately, could not benefit from the assistance of the organization."
Emphasizing that the Tehran reactor is a research reactor and has been completely peaceful, he added: "This reactor has never been supported and we produce these radiopharmaceuticals in the Tehran and Karaj reactors."
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization noted: "One of the activities we have in the program is the production of electron accelerators, which is an important part of our production in radiopharmaceuticals."
"Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) has generated about 50 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity into the grid in the seven years it has been operating, which has saved about 80 million barrels of oil," Eslami noted.
He said about the Arak heavy water reactor: "The reactor will be completed by the end of next year Iranian year. This reactor must be redesigned to address the concerns raised in the JCPOA.