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TEHERAN, November 24, 17:54 /ITAR-TASS/. Recognition of Iran's right to possessing nuclear technologies by the Sextet of negotiating countries /five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany -- Itar-Tass/ is the main achievement of the talks in Geneva, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rouhani said Sunday.
Another achievement is the reaffirmed right to enrich uranium on the Iranian territory, he went on.
Rouhani added that the document signed in Geneva gives the nuclear facilities in Natanz, Fordo, Isfahan, and Bandar Abbas an opportunity to continue work for another six months, Fars news agency said.
As a third achivement, the Iranian President pointed to the forthcoming abolition of all the sanctions against his country introduced previously by the UN, the U.S., and Europe.
The document slated for six months and signed by the parties to negotiations in Geneva opens the door for the Iranian nation to getting new experience, Rouhani said. If members of the Sextet abide strictly by the agreement, Iran will also observe its provisions.
The talks created an atmosphere that will help generate trust between Iran and other nations, he said.