Iran And The P5 + 1

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Negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 began in 2006, to assure that P5+1 world powers that Iran would not develop nuclear weapons and to guarantee that Iran that its rights to enrich nuclear fuel for civilian purposes under the third pillar of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, to which it is a party, was esteemed. During the time of the negotiation, the United States, the European Union and others enforced some agreements on Iran, which have been referred to by President Rouhani as a crime against humanity. Fast forward to 2015 and now Iran and six world powers are trying to reach a preliminary agreement on their goals to limit Tehran 's nuclear program in exchange for lifting economic agreements. However Iran will only sign the agreement if economic sanctions are removed the first day of the deal 's implementation. The Iran Nuclear deal started when talks led to a breakthrough interim agreement agreed in November of 2013 that was known for being called the Geneva Accord and the Joint Plan of Action that also began in February 2013. Prior to that there were numerous unsuccessful attempts in trying to negotiate a deal with Iran since way back in 2002 when Iranian nonconformist groups raised an alarm over the country’s nuclear programed by revealing the existence of two facilities that were not declared to the IAEA which stands for International Atomic Energy Agency that’s considered as the United Nations nuclear watchdog. There are two reasons that
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