Iran unveils new nuclear achievements

TEHRAN — On National Nuclear Technology Day which fell on April 9 this year, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi visited an exhibition organized by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) showcasing the latest Iran’s achievements in the field of peaceful nuclear activities.

Iran has designated 20 Farvardin (the first month of the Persian calendar year) as National Nuclear Technology Day.

Raisi visited the exhibit which featured nine new nuclear achievements. He also visited other scientific and peaceful achievements made in recent years, including various generations of Iranian-made centrifuges.

The exhibition took place at the AEOI building.

During the visit, Raisi expressed his confidence in the competence of young Iranian scientists in the field of nuclear technology, describing this progress as a symbol of self-confidence and confidence in internal power. He suggested that this spirit should extend to other industries in the country.

While emphasizing the right to peaceful nuclear energy, the President described Iran’s nuclear expertise and technology as irreversible, saying, “Relying on young Iranians, scientists and hard work is a model which still works and which should also be adopted in other sectors. ”

“Fortunately, the research activity of experts in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy is accelerating well, and the government will encourage this process,” Raisi said, adding that Iran will continue its research in peaceful nuclear fields, regardless. regardless of the will or opinion of foreigners.

During the visit, Mohammad Eslami, the head of AEOI, and Sorena Sattari, vice president for science and technology, briefed the president on the country’s scientific and technological progress in the nuclear industry.

The exhibit featured three breakthroughs in radiopharmacy, two in plasma, and four successes in the disciplines of industry, lasers, control systems, and photography.

The AEOI also revealed three major plans at the expo: generating 10,000 MW of nuclear power, expanding the use of radiation, and developing a 360 MW indigenous power plant in Darkhovein.

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