Nuclear Debates with Iran : Evaluation for Turkish Perspective

An agreement has been reached between Iran and the P5 + 1 countries, which has been a crucial step in long-standing negotiations and will be valid for the next 6 months. Under the agreement, Iran agreed to halt efforts at facilities that allow it to develop uranium enrichment and plutonium-separating capabilities, which cause concerns over the possibility of nuclear weapons, particularly in Western countries because of its highly advanced nuclear capacity. On the other hand, Western countries have agreed to phased out financial constraints, especially on Iran’s oil exports.