Morocco expressed pleasure in the recently sealed nuclear agreement between Iran and the major world powers in Geneva.
In a statement, Morocco Foreign Ministry said that Rabat welcomes and supports Tehran nuclear agreement with the Sextet of world powers, and believes that the deal is a positive and constructive beginning to find a logical solution to the decade-long problem.
It continued that the Geneva agreement is a constructive beginning which, undoubtedly, will contribute to the peaceful settlement of Iran’s nuclear dossier and creation of a region free from the weapons of mass destruction.
Several world leaders have showed growing pleasure in the progressive trend of the nuclear talks and the agreement struck by Iran and the major world powers in Geneva last week.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warmly welcomed the interim agreement that was reached in Geneva regarding Tehran’s nuclear program.
The Spanish foreign ministry also welcomed the Geneva agreement, and felicitated President Hassan Rouhani on his commitment and bravery to achieve the agreement.
Spain described the deal as an important progress in ties between international community with Iran which will strengthen stability and security in the region.
The Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson welcomed the nuclear agreement between Tehran and the six major world powers.
The Indian spokesperson recalled that India had welcomed the earlier agreement reached on November 11 between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is the only competent technical agency to verify the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program.
Also, Turkish President Abdullah Gul voiced pleasure in with the agreement struck between Iran and the six major world powers.
Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano voiced the IAEA’s readiness to do its duty to verify implementation trend of the newly signed nuclear agreement between Iran and the six major powers.
He also extended his felicitation to both Iran and the world powers on the new accord they signed in the Swiss city.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart, William Hague, voiced satisfaction with the nuclear deal signed in Geneva.
In the meantime, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius underlined that the deal signed by Iran and the world powers in Geneva will guarantee peace and tranquility in the region.
Also, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle expressed satisfaction with the nuclear agreement between Iran and the major world powers, and called on both sides to continue this progressive trend.
Iran and the G5+1(the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) reached an agreement in Geneva on November 23 after days of intensive negotiations.