Iran working to enlarge Nuclear Infrastructure - charges Israel

Tuesday, 11 June 2013 - 14:25

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An Israeli minister charged that Iran is working round the clock to enlarge its nuclear infrastructure with the eventual aim of developing an industry capable of building up to 30 bombs a year.

 

Speaking to reporters in Jerusalem, Intelligence Minister said Tehran was "very close" to crossing the red line laid out by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last year.

 

But he said it was biding its time and building uranium-enrichment facilities before making the final push for weapons-grade material.

 

Iran's aim, he charged, was to build a nuclear arsenal, not just a single bomb.



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