Saturday, November 23, 2013

Historic Agreement Reached in Geneva

Iran and the six major powers reached a historic agreement in Geneva on the Iranian nuclear program.

The foreign ministers of Iran and P5+1 signed the agreement in the early hours of Sunday 24 November local time at Geneva's Palais des Nations.

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Above: Geneva , where five days of negotiations took place.
Bottom: TV image capture of the Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (L) embracing French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius in celebration. Geneva, 24 November 2013. (Twitter/


Mark Pyruz said...


Piruz Mollazadeh said...

Abdullah and Natanyahu are probably going through the toughest moments of their lives as we speak! Poor Semites :)

Anonymous said...

Wow Iran got basically nothing, just a little bit of money.

Let's see what happens in six months.

It's amazing what a hole Ahmadinejad put Iran into. Possibly one of the worst leaders in world history.

Anonymous said...

AnonymousNovember 23, 2013 at 10:14 PM
It forced the west to have to sit at the table with iran and treat it as an equal,it forced the west to acknowledge irans nuclear rights,and as for "worst leaders in world history" where were you when a certain Bush jr was threatening the peace,starting wars and generally making a complete ass of himself at every opportunity,axis of evil ring any bells?.It wasnt Ahmadinejad who slapped sanctions on iran,it was the us and its allies who did that,and despite all that in the end they still had to accept iranian enrichment,something that up until now they werent even willing to consider

Anonymous said...

Piruz Mollazadeh November 23, 2013 at 9:38 PM
I`m sure that even as we speak there is much shrieking,stomping,spitting and gnashing of teeth in riyadh and tel aviv

Anonymous said...

Yes iran is the equal of the West; that's why it had to completely suplicate itself before them for a few billion dollars of its frozen funds.

Such ridiculous delusions.

Anonymous said...

Very pleased to have reached an agreement. Our goal is to coerce Iran into eventually dismantle their entire nuclear program. The sanctions remain in place.

Anonymous said... --- Iran agree to landmark nucler deal.

Anonymous said...

AnonymousNovember 24, 2013 at 1:56 AM
How exactly did iran "completely suplicate" itself? when all along the west has demanded "no enrichment" and that it then had to do a deal that left iran enriching with thousands of centrifuges spinning,when it wouldnt even tolerate a few dozen centrifuges back in 2004,that left irans uranium stockpile in iran when the demand was for it to be shipped out.The west has had to back down on all its key demands,for the west this is a huge climb down,there is also nothing permanent in this deal,its purpose is to build confidence on both sides and both sides can walk away if they wish