Iran's Rouhani: Deal heralds new era of cooperation with world

By REUTERS
July 14, 2015 15:17

 
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DUBAI - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday a nuclear deal with major powers would open a new chapter of cooperation with the outside world after years of sanctions, predicting the "win-win" result would gradually eliminate mutual mistrust.

He added in a live televised speech that Iran would abide by its commitments under the agreement as long as world powers did, and asserted the accord protected gains made by Tehran in a nuclear program the West suspects is intended to develop an atomic weapon. Iran says the work is purely peaceful.

Rouhani also urged neighboring countries to ignore what he called propaganda by its arch foe Israel, saying Iran had a shared interest in the stability of the region.

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