Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is seen making a speech to the nation in a still image taken from video broadcast by IRINN, July 14, 2015. REUTERS/IRINN via Reuters TV
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President Hassan Rouhani told Iranians in a live televised address that "all our objectives" have been met by a nuclear deal agreed Tuesday with world powers.Rouhani spoke minutes after U.S. President Barack Obama's comments on the agreement struck in Vienna were broadcast live on Iranian state television.Rouhani's tweet came shortly after Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced at talks in Vienna: "We are starting a new chapter of hope".Since his election in 2013, Rouhani has sought to end the 13-year-old standoff with Western governments over Iran's controversial nuclear program -- and with it the sanctions that have paralysed the economy.
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