Iran is not seeking nuclear weapons

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Iran is not seeking nuclear weapons

Iran is not pursuing nuclear weapons

An assessment by a US intelligence agency indicates that Iran is currently not seeking to build nuclear weapons, but has increased its activities in this area that could contribute to the production of such weapons.

The assessment, released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Monday, July 19, states that Iran has been seeking to enhance its capacity to build an atomic bomb since 2020, but has not taken any steps towards producing one.

The Associated Press, in publishing excerpts from the US National Intelligence Assessment, emphasized that the report is consistent with previous US assessments regarding Iran’s nuclear program, although many in Congress and other US institutions have doubts about its accuracy.

The two-page summary of this intelligence assessment highlights that Iran is currently not conducting key activities necessary for producing a testable nuclear bomb.


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