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Iran ay sumang-ayon upang pigilan nuclear aktibidad sa Geneva talks

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Iran has agreed to curb some of its nuclear activities in return for aeound $7 billion (£4.3bn) in sanctions relief, after days of intense talks in Geneva. Iran agreed to give better access to inspectors and halt some of its work on uranium enrichment. President Rouhani said the interim deal recognised Iran’s nuclear “rights”. But he repeated, in a nationwide broadcast, that his country would never seek a nuclear weapon. Tehran denies repeated claims by Western governments that it is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. It insists it must be allowed to enrich uranium to use in power stations.

The deal comes just months after Iran elected Rouhani – regarded as a relative moderate – as its new president, in place of the hard-line Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

It has also been backed by Iran’s Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

After four days of negotiations, representatives of the so-called P5+1 group of nations – the US, the UK, Russia, China, France and Germany – reached an agreement with Iran in the early hours of Sunday.

Key punto ng deal ay ipinalabas ng White House:

  • Iran ay hihinto sa enriching yureyniyum lampas sa 5%, ang antas kung saan maaari itong gamitin para sa mga armas pananaliksik, at mabawasan ang kanyang tipon ng uranium enriched lampas sa puntong ito;
  • Iran ay magbibigay sa mas higit na access sa mga inspektor kabilang ang araw-araw na pag-access sa Natanz at Fordo nuclear sites;
  • walang magiging karagdagang pag-unlad ng Arak halaman na ito ay pinaniniwalaan ay maaaring makabuo ng plutoniyum;
  • bilang kapalit, walang magiging bagong nuclear-related sanction para sa anim na buwan, at;
  • Iran makakatanggap din ng pagbibigay-parusa relief nagkakahalaga ng tungkol sa $ 7bn (£ 4.3bn) sa mga sektor kabilang ang mga mahalagang riles.

US Kalihim ng Estado John Kerry sinabi ang kasunduan gagawing rehiyon mas ligtas na para sa kanyang mga kaalyado, kabilang ang Israel.

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But the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his cabinet it was a “historic mistake” and that his country reserved the right to defend itself.

“Today the world became a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime in the world made a significant step in obtaining the most dangerous weapons in the world,” he said.

Sa ibang balita conference, Mr Netanyahu sinabi ni Israel ay hindi masaklawan ng mga kasunduan.

“We cannot and will not allow a regime that calls for the destruction of Israel to obtain the means to achieve this goal.

“Israel has many friends and allies, but when they’re mistaken, its my duty to speak out.”

 

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