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Military
Has transported personnel, weapons, and goods on behalf of Lebanese Hizballah; provided assistance to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force, including transporting IRGC-QF personnel to and from Iran and Syria for military training; received aid in the acquisition of aircraft from Ukrainian-Mediterranean Airlines (UM Air), Bukovyna...
Nuclear
State-owned company subordinate to the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran; declared by Iranian authorities as the primary site for centrifuge enrichment research and development between 1997 and 2002; according to the U. N. Security Council, supplier for the Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant (PFEP) at Natanz; reportedly identified by the British...

Suppliers

Chemical
Sanctioned (with all successors, sub-units, or subsidiaries) by the United States on April 1, 2004 under the Iran Nonproliferation Act of 2000, for transferring to Iran equipment and/or technology of proliferation significance since January 1, 1999; sanctioned by the United States in June 2003 for engaging in proliferation activities with Iran;...
Missile
Listed by the Russian Government in July 1996 as an enterprise of the Russian defense complex, "privatization of which is prohibited;" conducts heavy armor research and development and metallurgical research for shipbuilding; development of titanium alloy for submarine hull construction, non-magnetic steels and alloys for anti-submarine vessels,...

Our Publications

Nuclear Iran Weekly
May 19, 2015
Last week saw the emergence of another illicit nuclear procurement effort by Iran.
Nuclear Iran Weekly
May 5, 2015
The British government informed the U.N. Panel of Experts in April of “an active Iranian nuclear procurement network” involving two blacklisted Iranian companies, according to a Reuters report published on April 30. Iran’s continuing efforts to procure uranium enrichment technology raises the question of how illicit procurement will be handled in...
Nuclear Iran Weekly
April 21, 2015
The Justice Department has charged four companies and five individuals for participating in an international network that illegally procured $24 million in controlled goods for the Iranian military and for nuclear end-users.

Unconventional Weapon Programs

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