Tehran and "six" negotiators have reached agreement on Iran's nuclear program. According to available information, in exchange for reduced sentences, the authorities of the Islamic Republic agreed to let IAEA inspectors to suspected military sites power.
Followers of Iran and the six world powers negotiators (including 5 States multiple members of the UN security Council and Germany) talks in Vienna have reached an agreement on Iran's nuclear program. Officially, the details of the nuclear deal has not been announced.
Unknown diplomatic source Associated Press reported that in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, Tehran has agreed to let IAEA inspectors in all sorts of dubious military facilities power. With all of this, according to the agreement, the international experts will have to ask the Iranian authorities permission to visit.
With all this, according to some, the agreement takes into account that the punishment of the UN against Iran can be resumed within 65 days in case of failure of the Tehran agreement. Along with this, the arms embargo against Tehran will remain at 5 years, and a ban on supplying Iran with missile technology will work for the next 8 years.
Remember, the talks in Vienna, which was attended by Iran and "six", lasted a few days. After you have signed an agreement under which Iran will remove a number of sanctions, and Tehran will suspend 2 thirds of personal centrifuges for uranium enrichment and get rid of existing inventory.
Iran's nuclear program started in 2000-ies. Taking into account the opinion of the European States that Tehran is developing nuclear weapons in Iran argue that this is a research programme of the peaceful atom.
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