Nuclear Agreement


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October 14, 2015: Iran`s Guardian Council ratifies the bill approved by Parliament and completes Iran`s internal review of the agreement. 28-29 October 2013: Iran meets with the IAEA to continue discussions on the Authority`s investigations into Iran`s previous nuclear activities of possible military dimensions. A joint statement said Iran had submitted a new proposal during the talks, which contained “practical measures” to “strengthen cooperation and dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues in the future.” Iran and the IAEA agree to a new meeting on 11 November in Tehran. 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] 15 December 2017: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres presents the semi-annual report on the implementation of Resolution 2231. The report notes that the nuclear agreement is being implemented, but notes that Iran has violated the provisions of the arms embargo of Resolution 2231. The report also notes that the secretariat is continuing to investigate allegations that ballistic missiles launched at Saudi Arabia from Yemen were transferred by Iran to the Houthis in violation of 2231. Iran denies the allegations. In contrast, in late August, a group of 900 rabbis signed an open letter from Kalman Topp and yonah Bookstein asking Congress to reject the agreement. [257] The Orthodox Union and the American Jewish Committee also announced their opposition to the agreement. [258] [259] Under the JCPOA, Iran agreed to eliminate its reserves of low-enrichment uranium, reduce its stockpile of low-enriched uranium by 98% and reduce the number of its gas centrifuges by about two-thirds for 13 years.

Over the next 15 years, Iran will enrich only 3.67% of uranium. Iran also agreed not to build new heavy water facilities for the same period.