Iranian Nuclear Agreement

13-16 May 2014: the P5-1 and Iran begin drafting the global agreement. On the basis of the framework of the Iran nuclear agreement of April 2015, the joint comprehensive action plan between Iran and the P5-1 and the EU was announced in Vienna on 14 July 2015. [1] The document describes the lifting of U.S. sanctions in exchange for the Iran agreement to remain a non-nuclear state for the long term and to continue negotiations on regional peace. The agreement also allows Iran to exercise full autonomy in terms of its exports and oil revenues. Others hailed the JCPOA as a step forward. [208] The National Iranian American Council (NIAC), the Iranian American Bar Association and other organizations hosted the JCPOA. [209] The NIAC issued a statement saying: “Our negotiators have done their job to reach a strong nuclear agreement that prevents an Iranian nuclear weapon and prevents a catastrophic war. Now it`s time for Congress to have a role to play. Make no mistake: if Congress rejects this good deal with Iran, there will be no better deal, and Congress will wage an unnecessary war. [210] NIAC created a new group, NIAC Action, to launch announcements in support of the agreement. [207] The NIAC also organized an open letter from 73 foreign and Middle East policy experts, stating: “The reactivation of diplomatic channels between the United States and Iran is a necessary first step” to reduce the conflict in the region and that “the nuclear agreement will not automatically or immediately bring stability to the region…

Ultimately, the Middle East, where diplomacy is the norm, not the exception, will improve national security and the interests of the United States. [211] See also the full text of the letter. Signatories to the letter include John Esposito, Ehsan Yarshater, Noam Chomsky, Peter Beinart, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt. [211] In August 2005, the new Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad immediately accused the Iranian negotiators who had negotiated the Paris agreements of treason. [27] [28] Over the next two months, the EU-3 agreement failed when talks on the long-term agreement proposed by the EU3 failed; The Iranian government “felt that the proposal firmly on demands, light on incentives, does not contain Iranian proposals and violates the Paris agreement.” [26] [27] Iran informed the IAEA that it would resume the conversion of uranium to Esfahan. [26] [27] U.S. Secretary of State Kerry said at the November 10 press conference that the parties had “reduced differences” and had made considerable progress in reaching an agreement during the talks. The IAEA also publishes a report on its more comprehensive protection measures in Iran. The report notes that agency inspectors visited one of the sites to which Iran granted access under Iran and the August 26 IAEA agreement.

According to the report, the second site is expected to be inspected in September. For more information, see: IAEA report shows progress in the investigation. Hassan Rouhani`s victory in The Iranian Presidential Elections in June 2013 reflected a change in Iran`s position on the nuclear negotiations. [96] In his inaugural address, President Rouhani, who was Iran`s chief negotiator on nuclear issues from 2003 to 2005, emphasized “increasing Iran`s position on the basis of national interests and lifting repressive sanctions” and indicated his intention to resume negotiations with the P5-1. [97] Secret bilateral talks between the US and Iranian authorities in Oman, reportedly beginning in March 2013, gained new momentum after Rohani`s election and began to focus on the outlines of a possible agreement. [98] October 15, 2015: The IAEA announces that the July 14 snack for the study of the possible military dimensions of Iran`s nuclear program has been finalized. The IAEA intends to complete its report by December 15. December 13, 2016: President Rohani announces that Iran will respond to Washington`s extension of the Iran Sanctions Act by exploring and developing nuclear engines for navy ships.