Operations at Iran’s nuclear power plant in Bushehr have been halted due to an “emergency situation,” local television reported tonight (Sunday). “Operation of the facility has been temporarily suspended for technical improvement, which is expected to last between three and four days,” the official statement said, without further elaboration.
Iran: Documentation of the explosion in a factory in the south of the country (Photo: Arab networks)
Earlier in the day, senior Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Arkady announced that a new agreement with Iran was approaching. He claimed that the talks in Vienna had been stopped in order to make a decision on the matter and not for further consultation.
About two months ago, Iran reported a power outage at the Natanz uranium enrichment facility. But later, the head of the Iranian Nuclear Agency announced that the incident was in fact a terrorist act, adding that “Iran condemns the heinous move, emphasizes the need of the international community and the International Atomic Energy Agency to deal with this nuclear terrorism, and reserves the right to take action against criminals.” Agents and Managers. “