Command of Supreme Leader to the Atomic Energy Organization

Command of Supreme Leader to the Atomic Energy Organization
ID : N-1899 Date : 2018/06/04 - 21:04

(Persia Digest) – Speaking to people at Imam Khomeini’s Mausoleum, Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei said: “Foreigners and groups inside Iran are pretending that if Iran does not accept a defective form of the JCPOA that is being imposed on it, there will be war. No, this is not true.”

He added: “We are now first in missile power in the region. The enemy knows that if it strikes us with one missile, it will get ten back in response.”

He continued: “It seems certain European powers expect the Iranian people to suffer the sanctions and also forgo Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities, which are a requirement for Iran’s future. They want to continue imposing limitations on Iran, but they must know that this disturbed dream will not come true.”

Ayatollah Khamenei emphasized: “The people and government of Iran will not tolerate sanctions and nuclear limitations at the same time.”

He ordered authorities at Iran’s Nuclear Energy Organization to promptly prepare themselves for 190 thousand SWU within the JCPOA framework and begin preparations tomorrow as indicated by the President.

In another part of his speech, Ayatollah Khamenei stated: “The enemy’s definitive plan is to stir up riots in the country by taking advantage of the people’s demands, but they will fall at the first hurdle.”

The Supreme Leader added: “People may have demands in a town or city. In these cases, with a few infiltrators and evil-doers, the enemy tries to transform a peaceful march into a riot and defame the regime and the nation.”

Ayatollah Khamenei, with strong recommendations to the people, emphasized for complete vigilance against this roadmap: “I strongly believe that the enemy has been blinded once again and our dear people will resist their conspiracies with power, courage, and intelligence.”

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