Iran says won't accept curbs beyond 10 years

By REUTERS
July 22, 2015 09:22

 
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Iran will not accept any attempt to extend sanctions relating to its nuclear program beyond 10 years, the Islamic Republic's senior nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araqchi, said on Wednesday.

Speaking about a historic nuclear accord with world powers agreed on July 14 in Vienna, he told a news conference broadcast live on television that any attempt to reimpose sanctions after they expire in 10 years time would be a breach of the deal and would have "no credibility".

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