Wednesday 27 January 2021
News ID: 80609
Publish Date: 13 July 2020 - 22:39

TEHRAN (Dispatches) -- Iran vowed to retaliate if it discovers a major nuclear enrichment facility was sabotaged earlier this month.
"If it’s concluded that a regime or a government had a hand in the incident, directly or indirectly, the Islamic Republic will respond decisively,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said in a press briefing in Tehran. Suspicion has fallen on the occupying regime of Israel and the U.S., which have sabotaged Iran’s nuclear program in the past. The July 2 fire at the Natanz nuclear site "didn’t have much impact” on activities there or the country’s nuclear program, Mousavi said.

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