The deal – between Iran and the US, France, Britain, China, Russia and Germany (P5 plus 1) – was arrived at early on Sunday after more than four days of negotiations.
“As the agreement between Iran and the P5 plus 1 has been agreed to just a few hours ago, we are in the process of obtaining details from our key interlocutors,” said Syed Akbaruddin, spokesperson for the ministry of external affairs.
“However, based on initial information available at this stage, I can say that India welcomes the prospect of resolving questions related to Iran’s nuclear programme, through dialogue and diplomacy,” he said.
“We also welcome the earlier agreement reached Nov 11 between Iran and the IAEA, which is the only competent technical agency to verify the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear activities, on practical measures for enhanced IAEA verification activity at Iranian nuclear sites,” the spokesperson said.
According to the deal, Iran will commit to halt uranium enrichment above 5% and also neutralise its stockpile of near–20% uranium.
Tehran has also committed to halt progress on its enrichment capacity. Iran will also halt work at its Arak plutonium reactor and provide access to nuclear inspectors.
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