Iran’s Nuclear Sites Unharmed: IAEA

Iran’s Nuclear Sites Unharmed: IAEA

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed that Iran’s nuclear sites have not sustained any damages after sounds of explosion were heard in the country’s central city of Isfahan on Friday morning.

“IAEA can confirm that there is no damage to Iran’s nuclear sites,” the UN nuclear agency said in a post on its X account on April 19.

It noted that IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi “continues to call for extreme restraint from everybody and reiterates that nuclear facilities should never be a target in military conflicts.”

“IAEA is monitoring the situation very closely,” the UN nuclear agency added.

Speculation ran rampant on Friday morning that the Israeli regime has attacked a number of sites in Iran’s central province of Isfahan after a series of explosions were heard in the province.

Officials denied the rumor immediately afterwards, saying the air defense units have gone into firing mode because of the high sensitivity of the air defense facilities in the current situation and “probably” because a number of micro aerial vehicles (MAVs) have been detected.

In recent days, the Zionist regime has ratcheted up the rhetoric of military action against Iran after Tehran carried out a retaliatory operation against the Israeli military targets inside the occupied territories in response to a fatal airstrike that Israel launched on the consular section of the Iranian embassy in Damascus on April 1.

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