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The outcomes of negotiations on Iranian nuclear program in the regional and global context

Sergey Ryabkov

Access and transparency were among the most difficult issues during the talks, both emotionally and politically. We managed to strike a good balance. Under the current agreement, the IAEA or individual countries will be able to get full information and perform all the necessary checks and inspection, while Iran will not have to disclose its entire military program. That is with the exception of the nuclear program, which will be subject to full and comprehensive control. Looking ahead, we will focus at building confidence and trust between Iran and the international community could go beyond the scope of the JCPOA or the UN Security Council resolution that will be adopted soon.

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