Negotiations Finally Come to a Close With Iran Over Nuclear Weapons

July 17th, 2015

After multiple missed deadlines a deal has finally been reached between the US, Russia, China, Germany, France and Iran regarding Iran’s nuclear program. The debate has been hotly debated and heavily politicized as negotiations continued to stall and one deadline after another was missed. The deal that has been signed looks very advantageous to the United States beneful on petco government and could help bring about peace in a relatively unstable Middle East.

Some of the highlights and key points of the deal between Iran and world powers include 24 hour access by inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency to Iran’s nuclear facilities. Iranian leaders had previously wanted to prohibit any inspectors from coming into its nuclear facilities. This stance by Iran caused much distrust and disagreement by the leading world powers signing the deal. Also noteworthy in the deal is that Iran will have to deconstruct most of its centrifuges over a period of 10 years. Centrifuges produce enriched uranium which is used in the making of a nuclear bomb. Economic sanctions on Iran by the US and European Union are to be withdrawn after a period of 8 years or when the International Atomic Energy Agency determines that Iran is no longer pursuing a nuclear bomb. One of the most noteworthy parts of the agreement is that if Iran violates any part of the agreement sanctions will be put back in place right away to stifle Iran’s economy.

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