[size=36]Iraqi politician: Owning peaceful nuclear reactors has become a necessity and a national obligation[/size]
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Abdul Qader Al-Nayel, a member of the Iraqi National Charter, confirmed that Iraq’s possession of peaceful nuclear reactors has become a national obligation and a necessity, and it is a duty for Iraqi national security, which has become in dire need of them.
Al-Nayel said in a statement, followed by “Al-Ghad Press”, that “Iraq lagged far behind neighboring countries with regard to possessing nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, as we find today many neighboring countries now own reactors for military purposes, such as Israel and Iran, and here Iraq cannot remain far from this technology.” “Important modern times, especially for peaceful purposes.”
Al-Nayel added, "Iraq is suffering from a delay in the system of electricity, health, and important industries, as nuclear reactors have begun to interfere in all services that benefit citizens and state institutions. Iraq has financial, natural, and human capabilities that qualify it to implement the construction of nuclear reactors."
The member of the National Pact pointed out that “there are internal obstacles to the project, represented by the current political parties that do not have the seriousness to work hard and sincerely to move forward with this huge project, and among them, and I mean, are the ruling political parties that are implementing regional and international desires that aspire for Iraq not to enter the club of nuclear reactors until Even if it is peaceful, it will always remain in need of neighboring countries, which contributes to its weakening, and at the forefront of those parties is the United States of America, and directly America, Israel and Iran.”
Al-Nayel also pointed out that there are pressures and obstacles exerted in this direction, but this, in my view, is not the main reason for our delay in moving on the path to possessing peaceful nuclear energy if there were national authorities determined to benefit Iraq from this technology, pointing out that “other countries such as Russia, China and Pakistan "You will not mind providing the appropriate atmosphere for Iraq to possess these reactors."