Six world powers and Iran announced the outline of a preliminary deal Thursday that Western officials say will impose sweeping restrictions on Iran’s nuclear activities for more than a decade.
Concluding a marathon bout of negotiations, diplomats laid out an unexpectedly detailed plan that Western officials said would cut Iran’s capability to enrich uranium by two-thirds for the next 10 years and impose other limits lasting up to 25 years.
The plan, which did not produce a signed document, would give Iran substantial relief from U.S., European and United Nations sanctions. But the gradual phase-out of sanctions would depend on Iran’s compliance with its obligations under the deal and probably would not start before next year.
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