sábado, 4 de abril de 2015

Iranians Celebrate commitment to Lausanne

"Iran will not seek or hold nuclear weapons under any circumstances."

The streets of Tehran filled with people after the announcement of an agreement in principle on the Iranian nuclear dossier. The document concluded between the representatives of the Islamic Republic and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany envisages the end of economic sanctions that affect the Asian country.

"I hope that everybody can live happily. I hope that the world can understand our country, we have no disputes with other countries and we do not seek terrorism. We deserve to live in freedom "â€" claimed last night an Iranian enthusiastic about the appointment.

On the other hand the end of sanctions, Iran has to reduce the number of uranium centrifuges, diminishing stocks of enriched uranium and allow visits from international inspectors.

"Iran will not seek or hold nuclear weapons under any circumstances. It was under this simple and strong affirmation that settled discussions. This is the object of this agreement: civil nuclear, no problem, the 100%; military nuclear, atomic bomb, zero! "â€" explained the French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius.

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