SOMETIME in the next few days Iran’s “Implementation Day” is almost certain to be declared. That is the moment when Iran is deemed to have complied with all its obligations in dismantling those parts of its nuclear programme that would soon have put it weeks away from being able to build a bomb. All nuclear-related sanctions, including the freezing of $100bn of Iranian assets, will be lifted. At the same time, Iran will apply the Additional Protocol of its safeguards agreement (subject to ratification by its parliament, the Majlis) with the International Atomic Energy Agency, a measure which gives the agency’s inspectors access to materials and sites beyond declared nuclear facilities.
Economist 14th Jan 2016 read more »
Iran has removed the sensitive core of its Arak nuclear reactor and UN inspectors will visit the site to verify the move crucial to the implementation of Tehran’s atomic agreement with major powers, state television said.
Christian Today 15th Jan 2016 read more »