Tehran (IP) - The head of the Institute for Internal Security Studies of the Israeli regime acknowledged that Iran's nuclear program was very strong and extensive.

Iran Press/Middle East: Amos Yadlin, former Israeli Military Intelligence Chief and current head of the Israeli Institute for Internal Security Studies, alluded to Israel's involvement in the recent sabotage of the Natanz nuclear facility and said Iran has been preparing for 20 years to counter the attack on the Natanz facility.

Yadlin then referred to Iran's 60 percent uranium enrichment, adding that Iran's progress proved that the 2015 nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was problematic and that Iran could soon have enough enriched uranium.

Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization announced last Sunday that an accident had occurred in a part of the electricity distribution network of the Natanz enrichment facility.

The Natanz nuclear facility has also been the target of several joint US-Israeli cyber attacks in the past.

Following the recent terrorist attack at the Natanz facility, Iranian scientists were able to obtain a 60% enriched uranium product at the Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Enrichment Complex in Natanz that was confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency too.

Iran has announced that the recent sabotage by the Israelis on the countries' nuclear facilities could not prevent or delay the knowledge of the enrichment that is in hands of the Iranians.


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