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Third Step of Cuts to Commitments to Speed up Iran Nuclear Activities: Rouhani
#1
So we know IR-8 is working fine.


Third Step of Cuts to Commitments to Speed up Iran Nuclear Activities: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country and Europe are unlikely to reach an agreement on ways to save a 2015 multilateral nuclear accord by Thursday, and that Tehran will go ahead with its plan to announce the third step in scaling back its commitments under the accord.
“It is unlikely that we will reach a final agreement with Europe today or tomorrow; therefore, we will take the third step. We will release the details of the third step today or tomorrow and act accordingly,” Rouhani told a cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
The president described the third phase of Iran’s commitment reductions as “highly important in nature,” emphasizing that this would the “most significant step that we take” and would “have extraordinary effects.”
This phase, Rouhani added, will “accelerate” the activities of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
Commenting on a European diplomatic process led by France aimed at saving the Iran deal, Rouhani said “a significant part of differences” between Tehran and Europe has been resolved, but the two sides “have yet to reach a final agreement.”
Rouhani said the European parties to the 2015 Iran deal — France, Britain and Germany — will have two more months to fulfill their contractual obligation to protect Iran against the American sanctions, which returned in place after Washington abandoned the agreement, officially named the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Rouhani added, “We will hold talks [with Europe] while taking this third step and if we reach a deal, there will still be a way to negotiations, logic and agreement,” the president said.
Iran says it will return into full compliance with the JCPOA only if it receives $15 billion in France-proposed credit lines for oil sales over four months otherwise the Islamic Republic will continue cutting its deal commitments.
France has been making a last-ditch effort to convince the US to agree on the credit line that guarantees Iran’s oil exports. Paris has said efforts to save the Iran deal hinges on Washington issuing waivers from the sanctions it has re-imposed on Tehran after leaving the nuclear deal.
However, sources told Press TV on Wednesday that France has so far failed to get America’s go-ahead to open the credit line for Iran.
Speaking to reporters in Bangladesh earlier on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described as “regrettable” Europe’s call for the US’s approval of the European measures to save the nuclear agreement.
Iran and six world states — the US, France, Britain, Russia, China and Germany — clinched the JCPOA in 2015, under which nuclear-related sanctions against Iran were lifted in return for certain limits on the country’s nuclear activities.
The US, however, threw the survival of the landmark agreement into doubt by pulling out of it in May 2018 and re-imposing its unilateral bans on Tehran.
The remaining parties to the deal initially vowed efforts to keep it alive by protecting Iran against the American sanctions, but the European co-signatories failed to abide by their side of the agreement.
In response, Tehran began in May to reduce its commitments under the deal as a countermeasure against Washington’s exit from the deal and Europe’s failure to take action against the US.
Iran has already taken two steps in suspending its commitments with the aim of prompting Europe to stand up to Washington’s pressure and act on its contractual promises.
Elsewhere in his comments, Rouhani blamed hawks inside the US administration, Israel and certain “reactionary leaders” for sabotaging efforts to establish a “fair” relation between Iran and the US.
“Whenever we want to move forward, they disrupt [the process] at some point,” he added.
Rouhani praised Iran’s prudence and strategic patience against the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal, which he described as unreasonable.
Source: Iranian Agencies


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#2
IR-8 is many years away from being ready.

Maybe he means installing some IR-2, or more IR-1, or higher % enrichment of uranium - there are many options.
#3
(09-04-2019, 07:30 PM)Persian Gulf Wrote: IR-8 is many years away from being ready.

Maybe he means installing some IR-2, or more IR-1, or higher % enrichment of uranium - there are many options.

IR-8 is ready to be mass produced.

http://iranpress.com/en/iran-i131762-ira...lear_chief
#4
(09-04-2019, 07:52 PM)Ich Wrote: IR-8 is ready to be mass produced.

http://iranpress.com/en/iran-i131762-ira...lear_chief
You misunderstood. He is saying it can be mass produced but it is not ready for that yet.

“For Europeans, a centrifuge takes eight years from designing to become operational, while the process takes us ten years.”

“In the last three years, although we have injected gas into the IR-8 centrifuge, we see problems in that on a daily basis, and there have to be many experiments carried out and all of them have to be successful in order to reach the mass production,” he said.

Process takes Iran 10 years and started 3 years ago --> he is saying 7 more years until IR-8 is ready [because "problems... on a daily basis" etc].
#5
No, its ready. The link above is for the mass produce announcement. The IR-6 and IR-8 were also ready at that time.

Here in the follow link you can read that IR-6 and IR-8 are ready

Quote:"In fact, we are currently using the old IR1 centrifuges, while the IR6 and IR8 centrifuges are ready to be used,” he stated."
Rezaee said IR6 and IR8 centrifuges respectively have a capacity 26 to 48 times more than the IR1 ones.
https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/439328/...entrifuges
#6
(09-04-2019, 08:21 PM)Ich Wrote: No, its ready. The link above is for the mass produce announcement. The IR-6 and IR-8 were also ready at that time.

Here in the follow link you can read that IR-6 and IR-8 are ready

https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/439328/...entrifuges
IR-8 is NOT ready. There are only 1-3 installed now doing testing, they are 7 years away from being ready.

"We need time for more experiments on the IR-8, but we already have the capability for its mass production, Salehi added" --> please understand this!

As for your link, the guy is an MP and he is wrong - IR-8 is not ready. Salehi is the authority for the status of centrifuges, not some random MP.
#7
Mohammad Ebrahim Rezaee is not some "random MP". IR-6 and IR-8 are ready. Also IR-6 is installed and will be further installed in the next month. Also IR-8 is ready but only some are produced by now.

What is your purpose?
#8
(09-04-2019, 08:49 PM)Ich Wrote: Mohammad Ebrahim Rezaee is not some "random MP". IR-6 and IR-8 are ready. Also IR-6 is installed and will be further installed in the next month. Also IR-8 is ready but only some are produced by now.

What is your purpose?
My purpose is to clarify your falsehoods and promote accurate information.

Salehi is nuclear expert not this guy. I go with what Salehi says (and what I know). Salehi clearly said IR-8 is not ready but you say now it is ready?!

But if you still don't believe Salehi or see what I am saying then we can leave it and see what others like Amir and PeeD (etc) think.
#9
(09-04-2019, 08:53 PM)Persian Gulf Wrote: My purpose is to clarify your falsehoods and promote accurate information.

Salehi is nuclear expert not this guy. I go with what Salehi says (and what I know). Salehi clearly said IR-8 is not ready but you say now it is ready?!

But if you still don't believe Salehi or see what I am saying then we can leave it and see what others like Amir and PeeD (etc) think.

Ah, my "falsehoods". Sure. Big Grin

What if till 3 month ago Salehi and all others MUST say that IR-8 isnt ready cause of JCOPA?

Caus till that time Iran tried to reactivate JCOPA and tried to bring european states to stand to JCOPA.

But after the first and second action of Iran to reduce the commit to JCOPA cause all other signers even never commit to JCOPA, since then all talk about IR-8 openly. Look at the date of my link.

You are welcome. Enjoy your new learned.
#10
(09-04-2019, 10:43 PM)Ich Wrote: Ah, my "falsehoods". Sure. Big Grin

What if till 3 month ago Salehi and all others MUST say that IR-8 isnt ready cause of JCOPA?

Caus till that time Iran tried to reactivate JCOPA and tried to bring european states to stand to JCOPA.

But after the first and second action of Iran to reduce the commit to JCOPA cause all other signers even never commit to JCOPA, since then all talk about IR-8 openly. Look at the date of my link.

You are welcome. Enjoy your new learned.
Iran is allowed to test one IR-8 under JCPOA and that is what it has been doing, openly and publicly.

Please read this thread about IR-8 by PeeD: https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/iran-uran...es.613545/

He says: "The key issue now is mastering a production variant of the IR8 that has a sufficiently long life-time. Since this mastering of producibility is so difficult, it can be expected to be ready in 2-5 years"

So now you are saying PeeD and Salehi are wrong, but you are right because of your baseless speculation that Iran is lying about status of IR-8 despite all evidence to the contrary.

Further details have been released about this move by President Rouhani and I outline the potential steps forward with reference to BARJAM and the announcement here (on the thread created to discuss BARJAM news): https://iran-military.com/thread-847-pos...ml#pid2836
  


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