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Monitoring System Essential
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Monitoring System Essential

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Iran needs to help build trust, and a monitoring program will be needed to ensure it complies with a nuclear agreement it is negotiating with the major powers. “Iran above all has to now offer input to help build up trust,” Steinmeier said in an interview with German broadcaster ARD on Tuesday, Reuters reported. “This means that we have to have monitoring possibilities available to have an overview as to whether Iran is fulfilling its obligations. We need to be sure that we have transparency concerning the promises Iran is making here.” Iran and the six major powers - Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States - are trying to negotiate an accord under which Iran would curb its nuclear work for a specified period of time in exchange for relief from sanctions.

 

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