"According to (its) report, enrichment to a purity level of 20 percent with the aim of fueling the Tehran reactor is successfully continuing, and it indicates the peaceful use of enrichment to supply the Tehran research reactor with fuel to provide hospitals with radioisotopes they need."</blockquote>
Iran is committed to continued IAEA talks. It wants all outstanding issues resolved. Its research reactor produces radioisotopes for cancer treatment. Nothing proves otherwise.
On February 13, Tehran concluded its latest round of talks. Most issues were resolved. India's ambassador said Iran successfully completed them. It's committed to whatever else is required. It wishes to do so in a "calm atmosphere of cooperation."
State Department spokeswomen Victoria Nuland called Iran's new centrifuges "another provocative step." Britain's Foreign Office said it's of "serious concern."
IAEA's report comes days ahead of more P1+5 talks. On February 26, they'll begin in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Six major powers and Iran will meet.
Expect no breakthroughs. Washington obstructionism prevents them. So does Israel behind the scenes. Iran's nuclear program is duplicitous red herring cover.
At issue is longstanding regime change plans. America tolerates no independent governments. It wants subservient pro-Western ones replacing them. If Tehran had no nuclear program, another pretext would be invented.
Rogue states operate that way. Washington and Israel are by far the worst. Iran faces formidable challenges. It's committed to peaceful nuclear development.
It's entitled to do so. It won't abandon its sovereign rights. It's unconscionable that America, Israel, and complicit European partners insist it do so.
Reuters and other sources said Tehran plans 16 new nuclear facilities. Sites were chosen to build them. At issue is developing alternative energy sources. Diversifying from oil and gas is planned.
Significant new uranium deposits were found in southern coastal areas. They triple amounts Iran previously had. Including discoveries over the past 18 months, Tehran's uranium reserves approximate 4,400 metric tons.
Washington wants full control of Iranian oil, gas, uranium and other resources. They include coal, chromium, copper, iron ore, lead, manganese, zinc and sulfur.
America's willing to go to war. It'll do so for what it can't achieve other ways. Media scoundrels support what they should condemn. New York Times editors play a lead role.
They call Iran's peaceful nuclear program "one of the most polarizing issues in one of the world's most volatile regions." They omit saying why. They point fingers the wrong way. US imperial designs endanger strategic areas.
"Iran and the West have been at odds over its nuclear program for years." Things escalated more recently. At issue is regime change. Its nuclear program is entirely legitimate.
Times editors suppress what demands truth and full disclosure. They support America's longstanding imperial aims.