Heightened inspections, including tracking uranium mining and monitoring the production and storage of centrifuges, will last for up to 20 years."From the initial reports we can already conclude that this agreement is a historic mistake for the world," Netanyahu said Tuesday.
"Far-reaching concessions have been made in all areas that were supposed to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons capability."For his part, Obama called Netanyahu on Tuesday to discuss the deal.
President Barack Obama's foreign policy, appears set to reshape relations between Iran and the West, with its effects likely to ripple across the volatile Middle East."Today after two years of negotiation the United States together with the international community has achieved something that decades of animosity has not: a comprehensive long-term deal with Iran that will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon," Obama said from the White House, with Vice President Joe Biden at his side.
After news of the deal emerged, Yukiya Amano, the chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said he had signed a "roadmap" with the Iranian government "for the clarification of past and present outstanding issues regarding Iran's nuclear program."Iran will be required to ship spent fuel out of the country forever, as well as allow inspectors from the IAEA inspectors certain access in perpetuity.
According to a White House statement, Obama reassured the Israeli leader of his administration's "stalwart commitment to Israel's security."In Tehran, the deal will need the clear backing of Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to fend off any objections from hardliners suspicious of an accord with the United States after decades of hostility and mistrust.
Secretary John Kerry ended his statement in Vienna praising Obama "who had the courage to launch this process, believe in it, support it, encourage it, when many thought the objective was impossible, and who led the way from the start to the finish."EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Tuesday.
All that money, time, and personal data just disappear into the night.
Instead of crying itself to sleep, the Mac Book is now apparently acting as a super-spy, sending back images of the woman who uses it, along with shots of her family and friends, music preferences, and sightseeing photos. Here's hoping it's not just a publicity stunt for the app.
With his laptop all the way in Iran, Deltorto has few options for recovery.
Countrywide Conflict Displacement This year, more than 141,700 people have fled their homes across the country due to conflict.
This is a 22 per cent decline compared to the same period in the previous year, in which 182,600 people were displaced.