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6 May, Thursday


New nuclear threat in the S Caucasus - Why IAEA and some countries turn blind eye to Armenia's harmful activities?

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Over the past week Iran had captured the news list with the alleged conspiracy attack in Natanz nuclear power station in central Iran. All concerns were over Iran's bounce-back reaction as it declared its further activiy to enrich the nuclear power plant. 

Apart from Iran, a new signal of nuclear wave came from the wartorn Armenia, a dangerous western neighbour of Azerbaijan. According to Eurasia Diary, the political analyst Sadraddin Soltan has posted a comment on his facebook page.    

"There is a nuclear threat in the South Caucasus. Armenia threatens the lives of the population of the region with the activities of the uncontrolled, expired nuclear power plant, which is unable to bury radioactive waste. The International Atomic Energy Agency and countries that have benefited from the use of nuclear technology - the United States, Germany, Britain, France, Russia and China - have turned a blind eye to Metsamor's harmful activities. While Iran's activities in this direction are of concern to the international community, they are ignoring the operation of the station in Armenia. It turns out that the international community, as in other issues, ignores the harmful and harmful activities of Armenia in the field of nuclear technology."

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