(Worthy News) - Iran's parliament on Tuesday approved the nuclear deal the country struck with world powers, and a council of senior clerics will review the accord before its final adoption, Iran's IRNA news agency said.
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said Sunday that next Monday will likely be the day the nuclear agreement is formally adopted. That begins a series of steps Iran and world powers must take.
Among them: Iran must submit formal answers to questions from the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency about suspected past nuclear weapons research, President Obama must issue waivers to suspend nuclear-related U.S. sanctions on Iran, and the European Union must begin the process of terminating its sanctions on Iran. [ Source ]
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