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TEHRAN, November 24, 13:18 /ITAR-TASS/. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei welcomes the deal inked between Tehran and the international Sextet in Geneva on Sunday.
In response to the address from President Hassan Rouhani, where he congratulated the spiritual leader with the diplomatic success, Khamenei said in a letter published by the local media, the achieved agreement might become a basis for further progress.
The president stressed Tehran had defended its nuclear rights over the negotiations.
“Iran’s nuclear rights, rights of the Iranian people to /peaceful/ enrichment were recognised by the international powers,” Rouhani said.