Iran to Make a Notification to UN Concerning a Deal with Turkey
A few days back, amidst the ongoing nuclear energy sanctions, Iran struck a deal pertaining to a nuclear swap program with its ally — Turkey. Despite of the warnings from members of the NPT conference, Iran still took this step but on the brighter side, President Ahmadinejad told the U.N Security Council that a formal notification will be made to the concerned authorities.
The deal reached an end on last Monday, when Iran, Brazil and Turkey agreed that Iran will be passing its low enriched uranium to Turkey. On the contrary, the Turkish Foreign Minister – Ahmet Davutoglu said that this nuclear swap program was the first and the most important program of its kind.
The deal hasn’t swayed the U.N. Security Council & the U.S. authorities off track and they’ve been working hard on imposing even a tighter set of sanctions against Iran, over its nuclear program. The U.S. Secretary of State – Hillary Clinton said that we’ve been working closely with a new group known as P5+1 and apparently attempts are being made to coax Iran into suspending its nuclear enrichment activities for good.
In addition, a draft resolution was presented to the U.N Security Council that emphasizes on forcing Tehran to suspend further progress on any nuclear program(s)…
- It is required for all nations to act as a team and inspect any sort of ships or planes, heading in or out from Iran, for banned nuclear materials
- The U.N. Security Council has the full authority on freezing Iran’s financial accounts that are linked to any nuclear activities
- Assets and individuals are to be kept in check, who are tied to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps
- Iranian investments are to be prohibited in the foreign commercial activities, especially those, which are capable of delivering or producing nuclear weapons