Following more than a decade of crisis and two years of intense negotiations, the United States, other major world powers, and Iran have implemented a nuclear agreement that trades long-term constraints on Iran’s nuclear program for the lifting of U.S. and European sanctions targeting Iran. Today, for the first time in a decade, Iran’s nuclear […]
The comprehensive agreement between Iran and six world powers is the most significant multilateral nuclear agreement in two decades – the last such agreement was the 1996 nuclear test ban treaty – said Tariq Rauf, former Head of Verification and Security Policy at the IAEA currently Director of the Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Programme at SIPRI […]
Iran and six major world powers have concluded an agreement that will lift sanctions on Iran but place strict limits on its nuclear programme for more than a decade, in a historic compromise designed to stop the spread of atomic weapons and avert a major new conflict in the Middle East.
Iran does not obtain the […]
Update: June 30 2015 – Iranian minister Mohammad Javad Zarif returned from consultations in Tehran to Vienna and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Vienna today June 29 to meet Kerry and his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Lavrov did not speak to reporters on his arrival negotiations Hotel.
Iran has complied with a key condition […]
Iran’s Nuclear Program Remains Elusive due to disagreements on three fundamental issues Said Laurent Fabius, French Foreign Minister on Saturday in Vienna.
“What we want is a robust deal that recognizes Iran’s right to civil nuclear power, but guarantees that Iran gives up definitively the nuclear weapon,” Fabius said.
For this there were three “indispensable” conditions Fabius […]
“Ängste müssen abgebaut und Vertrauen gewonnen werden”
Bundeskanzler Werner Faymann begrüßte die gestern erzielte Einigung über die Eckpunkte zum iranischen Atomprogramm: “Dass sich nach zwölfjährigen Verhandlungen nun eine Lösung abzeichnet, ist ein Beweis für die Richtigkeit der Entscheidung, Gespräche niemals abreißen zu lassen. Lösungen werden immer nur am Verhandlungstisch erzielt”, so Bundeskanzler Werner Faymann. “In den […]
After 18 months of negotiating, Iran has come to a preliminary agreement with China, Russia, France, UK, US and Germany (P5+1) on Tehran’s nuclear program. But what is Iran giving up to seal the deal and how can it benefit in the long run?
Uranium enrichment – Iran has agreed to only enrich uranium to 3.67%
(PDF) The Council has extended until 30 June 2015 the suspension of EU restrictive measures specified in the Joint Plan of Action agreed by E3/EU+3 and Iran on 24 November 2013. This follows the decision by the E3/EU+3 and Iran to prolong the validity of the measures of the Joint Plan of Action until that […]