joi, 1 octombrie 2009

Programul dosarului iranian din ultimii doi ani

Azi am citit ceva foarte important referitor la programul in date precise al dosarului nuclear iranian. Acesta suna cam asa:

Here is a timeline of Iran and its nuclear programme in the last two years:

Nov. 2, 2007 - Britain, France, Germany, the United States, Russia and China agree to push ahead with more sanctions after Iran refuses to suspend uranium enrichment.
Dec. 3 - A U.S. National Intelligence Estimate says Iran put its bid to build a nuclear bomb on hold in 2003.
Dec. 11 - The opposition NCRI says Iran did shut down its programme in 2003 but restarted it a year later. The group says the U.S. analysis gives the wrong impression.
March 3, 2008 - U.N. Security Council adopts a third sanctions resolution targeted at Iran's nuclear programme.
July 19 - Iranian officials rule out any freeze in uranium enrichment during talks in Geneva on the programme, attended for the first time by a senior U.S. diplomat.
Aug. 2 - An informal deadline lapses for Iran to respond to an offer from the United States, Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia for talks.
Aug. 5 - Iran sends a letter to the powers but gives no concrete reply to a demand to freeze its nuclear activity, a step the United States says amounts to obfuscation. Washington and London say the powers may consider more U.N. sanctions.
Sept. 15 - The IAEA says Iran has blocked a U.N. inquiry into whether it researched ways to make a nuclear bomb.
Feb. 5, 2009 - Russia says it plans to start up a nuclear reactor at the Bushehr plant by the end of 2009.
March 20 - After years of U.S. attempts to isolate Iran, new President Barack Obama calls for "engagement that is honest and grounded in mutual respect". Iran cautiously welcomes the overture, but said it wanted to see "practical steps".
April 9 - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran has mastered the nuclear fuel cycle and also tested more advanced machines for enriching uranium. He also inaugurates the nation's first atomic fuel fabrication plant near Isfahan.
June 5 - A quarterly IAEA report says Iran now has 7,231 centrifuge enrichment machines installed, a 25 percent increase in potential capacity since March.
June 12 - Ahmadinejad re-elected president. Protests break out by moderates who say the result was fixed.
Aug. 21 - Diplomats say Iran has allowed IAEA officials to inspect the Arak site and has recently allowed an upgrade to IAEA monitoring at the Natanz uranium enrichment plant.
Aug. 25 - Diplomats say there has been no increase in the number of centrifuges enriching uranium since the end of May.
Aug. 28 - The IAEA reports Iran has slightly reduced the scale of its uranium enrichment. But it has also raised the number of installed centrifuge machines by some 1,000 to 8,308.
Sept. 1 - Iran says it has prepared an updated nuclear proposal and is ready to resume talks with world powers.
Sept. 2 - Mohamed ElBaradei, outgoing director-general of the IAEA says Iran is not going to produce a nuclear weapon any time soon and the threat posed has been exaggerated.
Sept. 9 - Iran hands over a package of proposals which it says addresses "various global issues" and represents a "new opportunity for talks and cooperation".
Sept. 12 - Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says Iran will not back down in its nuclear row with the West, a day after the U.S. said it would accept Tehran's offer of wide-ranging talks with six world powers.
Sept. 17 - Ahmadinejad says Iran would "never" abandon its nuclear programme to appease Western critics.
Sept. 24 - China dampens expectations of further sanctions on Iran, telling major powers that more pressure would not persuade Tehran to halt its nuclear programme.
-- In contrast, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown tells the U.N. the world should consider "far tougher sanctions".
Sept. 25 - The IAEA says Iran has told it about a second uranium enrichment plant under construction. Construction of the plant, near the city of Qom, had begun in 2006.
Sept. 27/28 - Iran begins two days of missile testing to show it is prepared to head off any military threat.
Sept. 29 - Iran says it will not discuss the previously secret nuclear plant at international talks. Washington vows to bring it up.
Oct. 1 - Iran meets with six world powers in Geneva.


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