Iran Agrees To Not Build Nuclear Facilities For Uranium Enrichments

Posted: Apr 2 2015, 1:19pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 2 2015, 1:30pm CDT, in News | Latest Political News

Iran Agrees to Not build Nuclear Facilities For Uranium Enrichments
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Breaking news. The Iran Talks have a first agreement. Iran will not to build new facilities that can be used to enrich uranium for 15 years.

The Iran talks have finally an agreement to show for. Reuters reports that Iran agrees not to build any new facilities that can be used to enrich uranium for 15 years. The details are not yet announced of the deal.

This would be an historic moment if an long-term agreement can be reached on the nuclear matter with Iran.

The Iran Talks are taking place at the The Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland. European powers and Iran's foreign minister already said earlier on Thursday that the marathon talks had reached a deal on limiting Iran's nuclear program.

President Obama is delivering a speech right now about the Iran deal. The live feed can be watched on

The negotions have resulted in a framework that needs to be put into a document that is due by June 30.

Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif shared on Twitter: "Found solutions. Ready to start drafting immediately."

Iran has agreed to reduce two-thirds of its installed centrifuges. Iran will not enrich uranium over 3.67% for at least 15 years. In return many sanctions will be lifted. The fact sheet of the deal have been published and can be viewed on the Washington Post.

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