Hague plea to Israel over Iran

Israel should avoid taking any action that would undermine the interim nuclear deal between Iran and the international community, the Foreign Secretary William Hague has told MPs.

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What Iran gets in nuclear programme deal

A White House fact sheet detailed the benefits to Iran in return for abiding by the steps agreed in today's deal:

  • Potential access to $1.5 billion in revenue from trade in gold and precious metals
  • Suspension of some sanctions on auto sector and its petrochemical exports
  • Purchases of Iranian oil to remain at their currently significantly reduced levels
  • Safety-related repairs and inspections to be licensed inside Iran for certain Iranian airlines
  • No new nuclear-related sanctions to be imposed for six months
  • Allow $400 million in governmental tuition assistance to be transferred from restricted Iranian funds to educational institutions in third countries to defray tuition costs of Iranian students.

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