Iran News: Is Iran doing a nuclear test somewhere, exploding at missile site, fireball in sky
An explosion has occurred in the eastern mountainous region of Tehran, the capital of Iran. Analysts believe this to have occurred at the underground tunnel system and the missile production site. A huge fireball was seen in the sky of Tehran in the early Friday morning incident. What caused the explosion is unclear. However, this incident once again intensified the debate about Iran’s nuclear program.
The cause of the blast has also not been known yet. The Iranian government’s response to the explosion has also been unusual. The explosion occurred in an area where international inspectors believe the Islamic Republic conducted explosive tests for nuclear weapons more than two decades ago. The explosion shook homes, broke windows. A mountain of fire and smoke rose near the horizon on the Alborj mountain. This is the reason why doubt is growing deeper.
After the incident came to light, the statement of Defense Ministry spokesman Dawood Abadi has come out. He simply said that it was a gas leakage incident in which no one has died. He described the mountainous area as a public place. Iran has said in the past that it is ready to resume nuclear talks with the United States if the US apologizes for its exit from the 2015 nuclear deal and pays compensation to it on the issue.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps of Iran has made the information about four new military weapons public. One of these new weapons is an espionage drone that can carry even from a height of 12 thousand feet. The incident comes from the Iranian military at a time when there is speculation that the UN Security Council will increase the new sanctions imposed on Iran for the purchase of arms.