Turkey has welcomed the deal reached between P5+1 countries and Iran over the latter’s nuclear program and reiterated its endorsement of the process, recalling its earlier efforts for a diplomatic solution to the question.
“I welcome today’s agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. I have been advocating a solution through diplomacy and we hosted many diplomatic efforts in Turkey to this end,” Turkish President Abdullah Gül said through his twitter account on Nov. 24. “This is a major step forward. I hope it’ll be sealed with a final agreement soon. I congratulate all parties for their constructive engagement.”
The Foreign Ministry also welcomed the deal and congratulated Iran and P5+1 countries, recalling that the deal reached in Geneva was the first concrete development with regard to the nuclear problem since the Tehran Declaration initiated by Turkish and Brazilian mediation in 2010. “By all means, the said deal constitutes the very beginning of the process and short-term confidence building measures,” it read.
Efforts carried out in 2010 by Turkey and Brazil for a diplomatic solution remained futile as the United States did not endorse the move although it earlier gave a green light to both countries to initiate what they called “the swap deal.”
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