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MINSK, July 14. /TASS/. Belarus commends the agreements reached by Iran and the P5+1 group of international mediators (the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany) on the Iranian nuclear program, the Belarusian foreign ministry said on Tuesday.
"A compromise on this issue strengthens international security not infringing upon Iran’s right to develop the peaceful nuclear engineering sector and is a vivid proof that even the most difficult international crises can be resolved by political and diplomatic means," the ministry said.
Minsk expressed the hope that the sides "will be able to overcome possible political obstacles on the path of implementation of the solution reached and will do their best to fulfill mutual liabilities not to frustrate the agreement."
"The final settlement of differences on the Iranian nuclear program and abandonment of anti-Iranian sanctions will help build up trust, strengthen the non-proliferation regime and ensure peace and stability in the region and beyond it," the Belarusian foreign ministry underscored.