Iran Nuclear Deal

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According to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Iran is to never acquire a nuclear weapon.

Many of you may know that there is a dispute going on between America and Iran over nuclear weapons.

The treaty formed to settle this dispute is called Iran Nuclear Deal. This deal neutralizes the threat of nuclear war. That is why many foreign countries support it and wish for it to continue. So far the deal is still functioning.

Let’s have a little insight what this Iran Nuclear Deal really is.

Before the deal, Iran had a uranium stockpile of 8 tonnes. After the deal, Iran has given up 95% of uranium stockpile and two-thirds of its centrifuges. For the next 15 years or so Iran is limited to a stockpile of only 300Kg. It can only enrich uranium up to 3.67%.

90% of uranium is needed to produce a nuclear weapon.

Iran Nuclear Deal allows unprecedent access to Irans Uranium enrichment facility, which means that any attempt to raise the amount of Uranium within the country will be spotted immediately.

– SAP OPINION