Iranians cross a street in northern Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, July 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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Iran's foreign minister Tuesday extolled the country's ability to bring its nuclear program back on track as limits on the landmark 15-year accord between Tehran and world powers ease in the coming years.Mohammad Javad Zarif said a document, submitted by Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency and outlining plans to expand Iran's uranium enrichment program, is a "matter of pride". Zarif's remarks, carried by the semiofficial Fars news agency, followed revelations the day before of the confidential document – an add-on agreement to the nuclear deal with world powers – that Iran gave the IAEA.The document, obtained by the Associated Press in Vienna, outlines Tehran's plans to expand its uranium enrichment program after the first 10 years of the nuclear deal.
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