In just 18 days, the future of Iranian-American relations will be specified at the historical negotiations held between Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations, plus Germany.
The issue of reaching a permanent agreement on Iran’s nuclear program can also be considered as the international community’s acceptance to include the Islamic Republic among its ranks. Reaching an agreement is tantamount to a very important step for Iranian diplomacy as this agreement would not only greatly contribute to settling the nuclear issue but will also pave the way for Iran to be considered as an important member among international powers.
The final and intensified nuclear negotiations kicked off on July 2 and they are supposed to last until July 20. A temporary agreement was signed between Iran and the P5+1 group six months ago in an attempt to narrow the gap between both parties in order to seal a permanent agreement during these six months or to extend this duration or not reach an agreement.
If negotiators cannot commit
Reaching a final agreement may improve the Iranian economy and will help lift the imposed sanctions on IranCamelia Entekhabi-Fard