Iran disconnects dozens of surveillance cameras of nuclear objects

Iran intends to disable another 27 cameras that ensure monitoring nuclear developments, said Rafael Grossy, General Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency. A day earlier, two such cameras were turned off, reports

“This is a serious blow to our ability to work there. If the solution is not found in the next two to three weeks, the blow will become fatal,” said Grossy.

As reported, among objects – an enterprise to enrich Uranus in Natanze and Isfahan. On June 8, Iran announced the upcoming installation of new cascades of centrifugs IR-6 in Natanze. IR-6 performance is 10 times higher than that of the first-generation IR-1 centrifuge.