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CHRONOLOGY. Iran: return on 13-year standoff over the nuclear

 
ATTA KENARE / AFP

Thirteen years the community International was concerned about the nuclear ambitions of Iran. Should we let Iran develop its plants? Are we sure the ambitions of the Islamic Republic? This Tuesday, July 14, 2015, a final agreement on Iran’s civilian nuclear policy was finally reached in Vienna (Austria) after years of cold relations and tense negotiations, especially during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

All world leaders now seem satisfied. Only Israel, who feels threatened, continues to denounce a “historic mistake” with this agreement.

The turning point of negotiations seems to have been the rapprochement between Iran and the United States. In 2009, Barack Obama arrived at the head of Uncle Sam. In 2013, Hassan Rouhani was elected in Iran, in a program including the lifting of sanctions. That same year, the two men conversing by phone, sign the official restoration of diplomatic relations, halted since the 1979 revolution of Iran’s nuclear history is anyway linked to the Iranian-American relations. Chronology of recent events.

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