Room of the UN Security Council.
(Worthy News) - The UN Security Council is expected to endorse a historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program on Monday, diplomats said, the Times of Israel reported.
The 10-year agreement struck in Vienna this week calls for a lifting of the sanctions that have crippled the Iranian economy in exchange for measures to ensure Iran does not build nuclear weapons.
The resolution should pass with little difficulty, diplomats said Thursday, since the five veto-wielding permanent members of the Security Council — Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States — were among those countries that negotiated the accord. [ Source ]
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