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Worldwide welcome for Iran nuclear deal
Iran nuclear deal which was reached in Geneva and signed by Iran and the foreign ministers of P5+1 received a worldwide welcome.

Algeria : Achievement shows importance of peace, cooperation, mutual respect values

Algeria welcomed the agreement reached in Geneva between Iran and the West on the Iranian nuclear program.

In a statement, Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs congratulated those who worked hard with good intentions to reach this achievement, asserting that this achievement highlighted the importance of the values of peace, cooperation and mutual respect.

The Ministry said that "this positive progress will boost the efforts for holding a meeting for Establishing Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in the Middle East."

China: Will contribute to the maintenance of peace and stability in the Middle East

China welcomed Iran Nuclear deal as it will contribute in maintaining peace and stability in the Middle East.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, for his part, expressed welcome of Iran nuclear deal, saying in a statement that the agreement will contribute to preserving peace and stability in the Middle East in terms of maintaining the international system of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.

Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, said, in a statement, that the deal will help the various sides to start normal deal with Iran in a way that ensures best life for the Iranians.

" The agreement will contribute to preserving peace and stability in the Middle East in terms of maintaining the international system of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons."

Wang expressed relief over that all the negotiating parties showed "flexibility and worked in a pragmatic way" .

Iraq: A big step towards removing hotbeds of tension in the region

For his part, Iraqi Foreign Minister Nouri al-Maliki expressed his country\'s full support to this step, reiterating that Iraq always stand by dialogue and the peaceful solution to all crisis.

Al-Maliki expressed hope that the deal will be a prelude for freeing the region of all weapons of mass destructions .

Yemen: Dialogue best way to resolve differences

In Yemen, Yemeni Saba News Agency, quoted an official source as saying that "dialogue is the best way for solving all problems."

The source hoped that the deal will contribute to achieving security and stability in the region and be a start to free the Middle East of nuclear weapons and all weapons of mass destruction, including the Israeli nuclear arsenal.

Meanwhile, Lebanon welcomed the deal as "a deal which guarantees the interests of the Iranian people and recognizes Iran\'s right of using the nuclear energy for peaceful purposes,"

Lebanon: Attention should be paid to Israel\'s nuclear arsenal

Lebanese caretaker Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour said in a statement that Iran has proven to the world its good intentions through this agreement and dispelled the tense relations between Iran and the West.

Mansour said that "Israel is refusing the U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal because it wants to create a scarecrow out of the Iranian nuclear program."

He warned against the risks posed to the region due to Israel\'s nuclear weapons and urged Arab countries to pressure Israel to give up such arms.

Egypt : Step for permanent agreement

Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman Badr Abdel Atty said in a statement that Egypt welcomes the first-phase agreement reached in Geneva between the P5+1 groups and Iran early Sunday as a step for reaching a permanent agreement in this regard.

He asserted Egypt\'s proposal for freeing the Middle East of nuclear weapons and the weapons of mass destructions in a serious and efficient way far from the double standards and exclusions.

Palestinian presidency: Important message for Israel to realize that peace is sole option in ME

Palestinian Presidency spokesman Nabil Abu Rudainah said that reaching an agreement is an important massage to Israel to recognize that peace is the only option in the Middle East.

"We want a Middle East free of nuclear weapons", Palestinian WAFA News Agency quoted Abu Rudianah as saying in a statement.

United Nations, Britain, France, Germany, Pakistan and Austria welcomes

In the same context, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon congratulated the negotiators for the progress they have achieved which could be a start for a historic accord among the peoples and the countries of the Middle East region .

High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catharine Ashton, said that the deal showed the mutual respect and the two sides determination to find a way to go forwards and maintain all sides interest.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabuis described the deal as "an important progress on the road of security and stability,"

British Foreign Minister, William Hague described the first-phase deal as " important and encouraging."

Germany Foreign Minister, Guido Westerwelle, said that "the agreement signed in Geneva constitutes a turning point."

For their part, Pakistan and Austria welcomed the deal as an important development and an encouraging sign in the correct direction towards ending the standing conflict.

Iran and the P5+1 group signed an agreement on Iran\'s nuclear program that recognizes Iran\'s right to enrich uranium and continue its activities in the Iranian nuclear facilities after long negotiations held in Geneva.
Mon 2013-11-25  |  14:57:20   
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