Sunday, November 24, 2013

World accepts Iran's Nuclear Rights, Deal Sealed with P5+1, Zionists agenda Failed

P5+1 leaders with Iran's Foreign Minister after the deal 
In a historic breakthrough Iran succeeded to defeat ill maneuvers of Zionist Israel to block diplomatic process of solving the contentious dispute on her nuclear advances and succeeded to reach an agreement with six big powers on nuclear issue without compromising her right to development of Nuclear Technology for peaceful purposes. Aimed at ending a long standoff, the agreement between Iran and the United States, France, Germany, Britain, China and Russia was nailed down after more than four days of tortuous negotiations in the Swiss city of Geneva.
The agreement is designed as a package of confidence-building measure to ease decades of tensions and confrontation, abated by Zionist propaganda against Islamic State and banish the specter of a Middle East war over Tehran's nuclear programme for peaceful purposes.
"This is only a first step," Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told a news conference. "We need to start moving in the direction of restoring confidence, a direction in which we have managed to move against in the past."
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, who has been coordinating talks with Iran on behalf of the major powers, said it created time and space for talks aimed at reaching a comprehensive solution to the dispute. 
In Washington, US President Barack Obama said that if Iran did not meet its commitments during a six-month period, the United States would turn off sanctions relief and "ratchet up the pressure"
The west under the influence of Zionist lobbyists alleges Iran may by way of enhancing its Nuclear capability may develop a nuclear weapons capability. The Islamic Republic denies that, saying its nuclear programme is a peaceful energy project. 
Iran has assured the world that it will not enrich Uranium over a certain level which is required for making arms; however country will not shut down her present facilities as demanded by Israel.  In turn several sanctions against Iran will be relaxed and frozen funds in Western Banks released. Iran will be able to get an estimated amount of over $420 billion.
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, who has been coordinating talks with Iran on behalf of the major powers, said it created time and space for talks aimed at reaching a comprehensive solution to the dispute.
"This is only a first step," Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told a news conference. "We need to start moving in the direction of restoring confidence, a direction in which we have managed to move against in the past." 
After Ashton read out a statement on the deal to the cameras at the United Nations in Geneva, ministers appeared elated.
Aushton in talks with Zaif

Kerry congratulated Auston for the job she performed so patiently. Kerry and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov shook hands. Minutes later, as the Iranian delegation posed for photos, Zarif and French foreign minister Laurent Fabius approached each other and embraced.
"The approximately $7 billion in relief is a fraction of the costs that Iran will continue to incur during this first phase under the sanctions that will remain in place," the White House said. "The vast majority of Iran's approximately $100 billion in foreign exchange holdings are inaccessible or restricted."

Kerry and the foreign ministers of the five other world powers joined the negotiations with Iran early on Saturday as the two sides appeared to be edging closer to a long-sought preliminary agreement.

British foreign secretary William Hague said it was an "important and encouraging" first-stage agreement with Iran, whose nuclear programme "won't move forward for 6 months and parts rolled back."
France's Fabius said, "After years of blockages, the agreement is an important step to preserving security and peace." 
White House maintained that the understanding is a beginning and will halt progress on Iran's nuclear programme, including construction of the Arak research reactor. President Obama Obama said that if Iran did not meet its commitments during a six-month period, the United States would turn off sanctions relief and "ratchet up the pressure".
On a Twitter account widely recognised as representing Rouhani, a message said after the agreement was announced, "Iranian people's vote for moderation & constructive engagement + tireless efforts by negotiating teams are to open new horizons." 
Iranian deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi said Iran's enrichment programme had been officially recognised.
US secretary of state John Kerry said the agreement would make it harder for Iran to make a dash to build a nuclear weapon and would make Israel and other US allies safer. 
Chiding the agreement Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhayu called it an X-mass gift for Iran and announced that Israel did not regard itself as bound by and called it “a bad deal”. He said, said the deal being offered would give Iran more time to master nuclear technology and “to amass potential bomb fuel.”
President Hassan Rouhani, who completed 100 days in office on 12th Nov. 
U.S. sources claimed that Iran has agreed not to upgrade and add up its present facilities and not to enrich uranium beyond 5%. Iran has agreed for IAEA inspections and neutralize its stock of 20% enriched Uranium.  The six months period, in Iran will get relief from certain economic sanctions will be used for a comprehensive deal.
Diplomacy with Iran was stepped up after the landslide election of Hassan Rouhani as Iranian president in June. He is considered and aims to mend fences with big powers and get sanctions lifted with the blessings and crucial public backing from Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
After two wars of Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. economic power is in bad shape and American people are strongly opposed to involve in another war. Iran has, in spite of all sanctions, developed its weaponry and to wage a war against Islamic Republic is bound to devastate US as world power and thrash its supporters elsewhere. The hard facts lured White House to the table of talks. The agreement is a big relief for world economy and for the friends of peace in the region. Amended U.S. relations with Iran will also help resolve Afghan tangle and India and Iran economic relations will see a huge impetus.
The agreement is a gift of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani who completed his first 100 days in office on 12th November.

President Rouhani

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei said that the prayers of the Iranian nation had helped ensure the success of the negotiations, and said that the initial Geneva nuclear deal would provide the basis for further steps toward a lasting deal.
"This can be the basis for further intelligent actions. Without a doubt the grace of God and the prayers of the Iranian nation were a factor in this success," Khamenei wrote in a letter to President Hassan Rouhani published by the IRNA state news agency. 
After the deal was signed, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi wrote on Twitter that Iran’s enrichment rights had been recognized in the negotiations. 
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed the news, acknowledging that the deal accepted Tehran’s right to enrich uranium. 
“This deal means that we agree with the need to recognize Iran's right to peaceful nuclear energy, including the right for enrichment, with an understanding that those questions about the [Iranian nuclear program] that still remain, and the program itself, will be placed under the strictest IAEA control,” Lavrov told journalists. 
Considering the “whole body of circumstance,” Lavrov said, “there are no losers [in the Geneva deal], all sides are winners.
 Sunday, 24th Nov, 2013

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