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Iranian Nuclear Deal, Part 4: Duration

As Stand for Israel continues to look at the major requirements that would need to be fulfilled by Iran for any nuclear deal to be successful for the safety of Israel, the West, and the free world, we come to the issue of an agreement’s duration. While any agreement would need to be kept in place permanently – in order to keep Iran from continuing its nuclear-weapons program – the Iranian Tasnim News Agency’s report shows that is not their intention:

A senior Iranian negotiator asserted on Tuesday that a possible final nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers will have a specific duration without anything permanent, a reaction to a US diplomat’s interpretation of perpetual commitments in the accord.

“The final agreement, if ever reached, will have a specific duration and none of its expected requirements will be permanent,” Abbas Araqchi said on Tuesday…

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