P5+1 Negotiations with Iran
President Obama has been clear that achieving a peaceful resolution that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon is in America’s national security interest.
The P5+1 (the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, and China, facilitated by the European Union) has been engaged in serious and substantive negotiations with Iran with the goal of reaching a verifiable diplomatic resolution that would prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, and on November 23, reached a set of initial understandings that halts the progress of Iran's nuclear program and rolls it back in key respects.
Below, learn more about these first step measures, which will help prevent Iran from using the cover of negotiations to continue advancing its nuclear program as we seek to negotiate a long-term, comprehensive solution that addresses all of the international community's concerns.
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On November 24, President Obama Delivers Remarks on Iran's Nuclear Program
Addressing the nation from the State Dining Room tonight, President Obama said that the United States — together with close allies and partners — has taken an important first step toward a comprehensive solution that addresses concerns with the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear program.
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