The New York Times: The Natanz facility incident could set Iran back 9 months

Washington-ALsharqiya April 13: US intelligence sources revealed that the Natanz facility incident may set Iran back for several months in terms of its ability to enrich uranium. The New York Times quoted an intelligence source as saying that the accident was caused by a powerful explosion that destroyed the independent internal electrical systems that supply the centrifuges underground. The sources emphasized that the destruction of the Natanz facility dealt a heavy blow to Iran's ability to enrich uranium, and that the restoration of energy to this facility might take at least 9 months. The New York Times says that if this intelligence information is confirmed, uh, Iran's papers in the new nuclear talks may be greatly weakened.


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