Nuclear Propulsion Project's Increased Pace "Not Unrelated" to US Stance
Sunday, February 25, 2018

Nuclear Propulsion Project's Increased Pace "Not Unrelated" to US Stance

The plan to build marine nuclear propulsion systems has been stepped up partly in response to Washington's increasingly hostile stance on the nuclear deal, the spokesperson for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said.
"The nuclear propulsion issue has been on the national agenda for some time but its acceleration and prioritization is not unrelated to the JCPOA and the approach of the other side, particularly the Americans," Behrouz Kamalvandi said in an interview with ISNA on Friday. He was using the formal title of the accord, namely the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.


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