The Metsamor Nuclear Plant in Armenia, which has outlived its period of use continues to operate against the directives of many international organisations including the International Atomic Energy Agency and the European Union. The latest announcement that the plant will continue to run until 2026 has lent support to existing concerns.One of the gravest risks the Metsamor Plant presents to the people of the region is the potential for the production of nuclear arms. With the Armenian government refusing to shut it down for years on the pretext of not being able to produce enough power, the Metsamor Plant gives cause for concern over smuggling of nuclear materials. Some have claimed that the Armenian government is not using Metsamor just for power production but for serious work on nuclear arms technology.
By Faig BAGIROV The Republic of Azerbaijan’s Ambassador To TurkeyYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of October

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