Iran prepares to 'go for 60,000 centrifuges'

November 2006
Geo-Strategy Direct;11/29/2006, p4
The article reports on the plans of Iran to assemble a uranium enrichment network with 60,000 centrifuges. Iran has installed and operated two cascades of 164 centrifuges each at the uranium conversion facility at Natanz, Isfahan. In April 2006, Iran said it would manufacture and install 3,000 centrifuges by March 2007. The International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed Iran's acquisition of centrifuge cascades and said Teheran fed 34 kilograms of uranium gas in Natanz from August 13 to November 2, 2006.


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