Terrorist group of MKO held a news conference in London last night under the title of National Council of Resistance. One of
Terrorist group of MKO held a news conference in London last night under the title of National Council of Resistance. One of the members of this group, Firooz Mahvi told reporters:
" Tehran is hiding another nuclear facility and could have a nuclear bomb by 2005. The site has been built to test centrifuges that enrich uranium."
"It is located 15 km (nine miles) east of Isfahan under the name of Isfahan's Fuel Research and Production Centre," he said, adding that the group's information came from undercover sources inside Iran who have been working at the site in central Iran.
"We have certainly not" hidden any facilities from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iran's ambassador to the IAEA, Ali Akbar Salehi, told Reuters in Tehran. "This piece of information is absolutely baseless."
The IAEA declined to comment on the NCRI report.
In June, the NCRI reported Iran had two undeclared facilities related to its uranium enrichment programme in two villages near Karaj, the centre of Iran's missile programme, some 45 km (28 miles) west of Tehran.
IAEA didn't comment on these claims. But U.S. state department announced that recent reports of MKO in Iran's nuclear programs have all been false.
US Department of State said the MKO and NCRI's offices were shut down due to publishing false reports about Iran's nuclear activities. Some officials in the U.S. State Department said that MKO and NCRI were allowed to present some information about Iran's nuclear programs but the group had started publishing false reports in a wide range so that the relations between two countries had become sketchy.
The officials of State Department say recent reports about Iran's nuclear programs by MKO were false so they had ordered the shut down of their offices and the freezing of their assets.
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