Iran wants nuclear weapons. They’re using the guise of nuclear power to hide their ambitions, but the world is apparently not buying it. As of now, there is no deal in place that would ease sanctions against the struggling country in exchange for freezing their nuclear program.
This is good news for the world, though Israel seems to be the only country that recognizes it as such. Everyone wants the Iranians to stop their pursuits but the exchange of easing sanctions hasn’t been forthcoming. The reason is not completely known but it is likely due to an unwillingness by Iran to truly halt production of goods and materials that could be used to build a bomb.
If a deal is not reached, they may resume again in a couple of weeks.
Here’s what the Telegraph had to say about it:
Laurent Fabius, the French foreign minister, rejected a draft agreement on Saturday and issued a public warning against a “sucker’s deal”. William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, gave a sharply contrasting message, stressing the need to “seize the moment and seize the opportunity to reach a deal that has eluded the world”.
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