UN missile sanctions on Iran will remain in place for five years under the deal reached on Iran's nuclear programme, according to diplomats cited by the Reuters news agency.
The deal also allows for the restoration of sanctions within 65 days - a so-called snapback plan - in the event of non-compliance by Tehran, the Reuters' sources said.
These issues were among the biggest sticking points in the months of negotiations preceding the announcement of nuclear deal this morning.
Foreign ministers from Iran and the six negotiating powers are due to meet in Vienna at 09.30 UK time and will announce the details of the historic deal at a press conference.
Prime minister Netanyahu has likened the nuclear deal with Iran to the unsuccessful 1994 deal on North Korea's nuclear programme.
An end to Iranian nuclear question could soon be a reality after years of hard and often tense negotiations.