William Hague On Iran: “Not Pursuing Peace Would Be A Grave Error”

The Foreign Secretary tells the House of Commons that Foreign Office staff played an “indispensable role” in talks.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague after his arrival at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva on November 23. Ruben Sprich / Reuters

He listed the commitments made by Iran, and added:

We are right to test to the full Iran’s readiness to act in good faith.

Key points of the deal include:

- Iran will stop enriching uranium beyond 5%
- Will give greater access to inspectors
- No further development of the Arak plant, which it is believed could produce plutonium.

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