(Washington, D.C.) — “Iran and six world powers — the US, Britain, Germany, France, Russia and China — have reached a technical understanding to begin implementing an agreement to rollback Iran’s nuclear program,” reports the Associated Press and the Times of Israel.
“The deal, coordinated by the European Union, aims to reassure the international community that Iran is not trying to develop a nuclear weapon,” noted the report. “In exchange, Iran will see a six-month suspension in sanctions that have crippled its economy. During that period, negotiators will work to craft a comprehensive, final agreement.”
On Thursday, the White House releaseddetails of the deal:
What Iran has committed to do:
—Halt production of near 20 percent enriched uranium and disable the centrifuge process used to produce it.
—Start neutralizing its near 20 percent enriched uranium stockpile.
—Refrain from enriching uranium in nearly half of the installed centrifuges at…
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