Iran sanctions to 'snap back' if it violates nuclear deal, diplomats say

By REUTERS
July 14, 2015 10:46

Iran has accepted a so-called "snapback" plan that will restore sanctions in 65 days if it violates a deal agreed with six world powers to curb the country's nuclear program, diplomats told Reuters on Tuesday.

The diplomats said a UN arms embargo would remain in place for five years and UN missile sanctions would stay in place for eight years.


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