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    RADIOACTIVE SOURCES ANSWER.. ARE IRAQ'S NUCLEAR REACTORS PEACEFUL

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    The head of the Iraqi Commission for Radioactive Sources, Kamal Hussein Latif, confirmed today, Wednesday, that the uses of the reactors that Iraq intends to build are purely peaceful.
    Latif said, in a statement received by the "National News Center", that "the reactors that Iraq intends to build are intended for the production of electricity and cannot, in any way, be converted to other uses."
    He added, "Even if any country wishes to violate the technical specifications of the peaceful reactor, it will not be able to do so because the design of the power reactors does not technically allow to deal with fuel pens in a different way, being completely closed."
    And the head of the authority added, "Any change that occurs in those pens will be considered a violation of the work protocols and guidelines of the International Atomic Energy Agency, as well as the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which Iraq joined in 1972, and the nuclear fuel safeguards system that defines an accurate and peaceful mechanism for fuel, all of which do not allow improper use." for nuclear energy.”
    He stressed, "The design and type of the reactor does not allow any unauthorized application," noting that "the major countries know perfectly well that this type of reactors of the third generation, and the third generation, are strictly dedicated to the production of electricity only."

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    Head of the Iraqi Commission for Radioactive Sources: Iraq is in the process of building nuclear reactors for purely peaceful purposes
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    The head of the Iraqi Commission for Radioactive Sources, Kamal Hussein Latif, confirmed today, Wednesday, that the uses of the reactors that Iraq intends to build are purely peaceful and cannot be otherwise.
    Latif said in a statement that "the reactors that Iraq intends to build are intended for the production of electricity and can not, in any way, be converted to other uses."
    Latif added, "Even if any country wishes to violate the technical specifications of the peaceful reactor, it will not be able to do so because the design of the power reactors does not technically allow to deal with the fuel pens in a different way as they are completely closed, and any change that occurs in these pens will be considered a violation of work protocols and agency guidelines. The International Atomic Energy Agency, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, to which Iraq joined in 1972, and the Nuclear Fuel Safeguards System that defines an accurate and peaceful fuel mechanism, all of which do not allow the improper use of nuclear energy.
    And he indicated that "the design and type of the reactor does not allow for any application that is not based on it," noting that "the major countries know perfectly that this type of reactors of the third and third generation are positively dedicated to the production of electricity only."
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