Iran's Nuclear Chief Optimistic about Progress in Coordination with International Atomic Energy Agency

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Mohammad Eslami, expressed confidence in the advancing collaboration between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Iran (IMNA) - Speaking to reporters during a cabinet meeting on Wednesday morning, Eslami stated that the coordination with the agency is making positive strides and expressed hopes for the continuation of this process.

Iran's Minister Highlights Threats to Peaceful Nuclear Industry, Unveils Revolutionary Magnetic Mass Spectrometer

In a recent statement, Iran's Minister of Energy, Reza Ardakanian, emphasized the critical need to counteract external plots aimed at sabotaging the country's peaceful nuclear industry. He warned that any further expansion of nuclear technologies and equipment could potentially jeopardize Iran's progress in this field.

During his address, Ardakanian also shed light on a groundbreaking development in Iranian scientific achievements. He proudly announced the successful creation of the "Iranium" magnetic mass spectrometer. Notably, this sophisticated device, which had previously been monopolized by the United States, the UK, and Germany, is now a strategic asset for Iran. The Iranian nuclear scientists' relentless efforts over four years led to the realization of this remarkable feat.

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