UN Security Council unanimously adopted the settlement of Iran nuclear deal

The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted the settlement of endorsing the nuclear deal between Iran and six world.

The settlement sponsored by all 15 members, authorises lifting of approval for Iran curbing sensitive nuclear activities.

President Barack Obama said that he hoped the settlement would “send a clear message that the overwhelming number of countries” recognise that diplomacy is “by far our strongest approach to ensuring that Iran does not get a nuclear weapon”.

Ambassadors said in the Security Council that years of hard work on Iran should be a blueprint for how the world deals with crises such as those in Syria and Yemen.

“When our nations truly unite to confront global crises, our influence grows exponentially,” US envoy Samantha Power said.

“It should motivate us to do far more.”

Iran asserts that the nuclear programme is entirely peaceful.