Israel's Foreign Ministry ordered to 'reassess' EU involvement with Palestinians after decision to label West Bank goods; 'decision is almost completely devoid of any real significance,' official says.23:15 29.11.15 | 10 comments
"We do not have enough information about the military aspect of the
Iranian nuclear program; we need information that Iran is avoiding
supplying to us. But when you look at what is happening at Natanz [a
facility for uranium enrichment], it becomes clear that they are having
difficulty moving ahead with uranium enrichment. They have installed
8,000 centrifuges at the facility, but only 3,000 of these are currently
operating, and they produce a steady monthly average of 120 kilograms of
low-grade enriched uranium hexafluoride. They have today about three
tons of low-grade enriched uranium."
If Mr. Heinonen doesn't know what's happening at Natanz, how does he know they're having diffculties with their centrifuge and also conclude that they're developing weapons?If he wasn't allowed by Israel to visit DIMONA, why does he expect Iran allow him access to every facility?