Today, Saturday, the head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Mohammad Eslami, stressed that “Iran has not and will not seek to acquire nuclear weapons.”
He noted that Iran is working in accordance with the standards of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and within the framework of its rules.
In an interview with the Yemeni Al Masirah satellite channel, Eslami said that “Iran has not and will not seek to acquire nuclear weapons in its national strategy, and it is working in accordance with the standards and framework of the International Atomic Energy Agency.”
Eslami added that Iran has long had the ability to manufacture a nuclear weapon, but she did not do so because her Islamic beliefs and the instructions of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei prevent it from doing so.”
And he added that the Iranian naval forces were finally able to cover 45,000 km and cross three oceans and the shores of more than 50 countries without docking at ports, and this embodied the power of the Iranian naval forces.”
And Eslami added that the Zionist entity should look in the mirror and know its true size before making threats to target and strike Iranian nuclear sites.
The Iranian official stressed that “all the inspection procedures that have been carried out so far on Iranian nuclear sites, during which no trace of any deviation in the Iranian nuclear program was found.”
He denied that the assassination of a nuclear scientist constituted a blow to the Islamic Revolution. Rather.
He affirmed that this matter was counterproductive and did not lead to the weakening of the Iranian nuclear program, but rather led to the strengthening and expansion of peaceful nuclear activities.