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Rouhani Says Deal Recognizes Iran’s ‘Rights’ to Enrich Uranium

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Photo: WikiCommons.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Photo: WikiCommons.

Jerusalem Post / Iranian Press TV – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday the deal reached with six world powers in Geneva “recognized Iran’s nuclear rights” by allowing it to continue to enrich uranium and that Tehran’s enrichment activities would proceed similar to before.

He said in a statement in the Iranian capital broadcast live on state Press TV that talks on a “comprehensive agreement will start immediately” and that Iran had a strong will for them to commence right away. The president also said the success of the talks so far was due to the “guidelines offered” by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday the deal reached with six world powers in Geneva “recognized Iran’s nuclear rights” by allowing it to continue to enrich uranium and that Tehran’s enrichment activities would proceed similar to before.

He said in a statement in the Iranian capital broadcast live on state Press TV that talks on a “comprehensive agreement will start immediately” and that Iran had a strong will for them to commence right away.

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