How Iran’s nuclear program will affect Europe
Iran is considering building nuclear facilities in the United States, according to reports that surfaced in the international media.
Iranian officials have been hinting at a possible facility for a long time, but the reports came as a shock to many.
The Iranian newspaper “Mehr News” reported that Iran is planning to build two new reactors at the former site of the Fordow nuclear power plant near Murcia, in southwestern Spain, to build a new nuclear reactor that could be built for between 50 and 60 years.
The first two of the two reactors would be located at a site near the town of La Cosa Nostra in southern Spain, the paper said.
The third, expected to be built on the same site, would be a fifth reactor that would produce electricity for the local area.
The construction of the reactors would have a high-level of risk to the public health, according the report.
The report did not specify when the project was expected to start, and a spokesperson for the company that will build the plants did not respond to an email request for comment.
The project comes as the United Nations Security Council has begun considering sanctions against Iran, after Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared that Tehran is not a threat to the United Kingdom and the United European countries.
The U.S. has been a leading backer of a United Nations resolution that calls for the imposition of the toughest economic sanctions yet against Iran for its nuclear program.
Iran is one of the most vocal critics of the resolution.