The joint statement Iran and P5+1 released at the close of marathon nuclear talks in Lausanne dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers.
Abrar: “Recognition of Iran’s nuclear program was the most important achievement of the Lausanne talks,” said Abbas Araghchi, an Iranian nuclear negotiator.
Abrar: “Iranians won’t recognize a deal that does not lead to full termination of sanctions,” said the spokesman of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.
Afkar: Lausanne a new chapter in the future of Iran.
Aftab-e Yazd: Political deal between Iran and P5+1 was the souvenir Zarif brought back home.
Aftab-e Yazd: A funeral procession has been held for the wife of Ayatollah Khatami [and mother of former President Mohammad Khatami.]
Arman-e Emrooz: Prudence worked in the Lausanne talks.
Iranians welcome Zarif back home; people take to the streets to celebrate the nuclear deal; Friday prayer leaders welcome the nuclear agreement.
“All sanctions will be lifted,” said Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Asrar: “Differences of opinion should not lead to conflict,” said Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Ebtekar: Elated and hopeful, Iranians celebrated the triumphant return home of the negotiating team.
Etemad: Diplomacy smiled. After 18 months of talks, Iran and P5+1 arrived at an understanding on mechanisms.
Ettela’at: Iran and P5+1 agree to work out a comprehensive nuclear deal.
Ghanoon: The nation has praised national diplomacy.
Hemayat: Continued concerns about American deception in the final agreement
Hemayat: Saudi airstrikes against Yemen have left 520 dead.
Iran: Eighteen months of talks between Iran and P5+1 eventually bore fruit; the world is happy about a nuclear understanding.
Jamejam: The world welcomes the Lausanne joint statement.
Javan: The deal was pushed back to summer; victory in the battle of interpretation will determine the fate of the comprehensive deal.
Jomhouri Islami: The Iranian nation scored a big victory in nuclear talks.
Kayhan: Win-win deal worked! Nuclear achievements to slip away, sanctions to remain!
Khorasan: Agreement on solutions
Mardomsalari: The world welcomes Iran-P5+1 joint statement.
Mardomsalari: Javad Nekoonam has stepped down as captain of the national soccer team.
Resalat: No trust in Satan. American subversion after the statement was read out.
Shahrvand: Iran’s Zarif skillfully negotiates the Lausanne pass.
Sharq: Transition from crisis; final deal to be cut by July
Siasat-e Rooz: Different interpretations of the solutions worked out by Iran and P5+1.