Iran Nuclear deal: How International media, world leaders reacted?

Vienna, July 15: The much awaited Iran nuclear deal was finally given a shape on Tuesday. The landmark agreement done after clearing final obstacles.

Iran and P5+ 1 nations reached the deal that will curb Iran's nuclear programme and end most economic sanctions imposed on country. China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, plus Germany are called P5+1.

N-deal international media reactions

Under the deal, Tehran would have the right to challenge the UN request and an arbitration board composed of Iran and the six world powers that negotiated with it would have to decide on the issue.

Here are international media and international personalities reactions on historic Iran nuclear deal

Barack Obama: US President Obama says agreement offers a chance to reset ties with Tehran.

Benjamin Netanyahu: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a nuclear deal concluded between major powers and Iran was "a historic mistake for the world."

John Boehner: The Republican Speaker of the US House of Representatives, John Boehner, said the deal would only only "embolden" Tehran.

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Jeb Bush: Jeb Bush who announced bid for 2016 presidential run denounces Iran nuclear deal as appeasement.

Bobby Jindal: Louisiana's Indian-American governor Bobby Jindal has joined other 2016 Republican presidential contenders in decrying the historic nuclear deal with Iran saying it doesn't go far enough.

US: Republican candidates greeted the deal with a chorus of condemnation while most Democrats praised the deal.

Hassan Rouhani: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the "historic" deal opened a "new chapter" in Iran's relations with the world.

Ali Hosseini Khamenei: Iranian supreme leader praised and appreciated honest and hard endeavors and efforts made by nuclear negotiating team.

Javad zarif: Iranan's foreign minister hails nuclear deal with leading powers as "not perfect" but a historic moment.
He also called the deal a "win-win" solution to end "an unnecessary crisis and open new horizons for dealing with serious problems that affect our international community."

Tony Abbott: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has given the Iran nuclear deal a cautious welcome - with a heavy emphasis on the caution.

Vladimir Putin: Russian President Vladimir Putin said, "We are confident that the world today breathed a sigh of relief."

Global Times in China in its editorial writes, Iran nuclear deal defuses Mideast tension.

CNN writes After arduous talks that spanned 20 months, negotiators have reached a landmark deal aimed at reining in Iran's nuclear program.

UK: The United Kingdom which recently decided to reopen its embassy in Tehran has termed the n-deal as historic accord.

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