Target: Iran President Hassan Rouhani
Goal: Applaud Iran for diluting supply of enriched uranium
Recently, Iran had diluted all of its 20-percent enriched uranium supply to more harmless forms. The action was carried out in light of the deals that were conducted under an agreement with six world powers.
The amount of enriched 20-percent enriched uranium supply that Iran had was capable of being used to create a warhead. This posed as a danger to the rest of the world, and world leaders met with the Iranian leaders to compromise on how to deal with the uranium supply.
Iran is now carrying out its other commitments under the agreement as well, according to a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency. This shows a promising sign for Iran’s desire to sustain the diplomatic process with the six world powers, which comprise of the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany.
The negotiations between Iran and the six countries are to resume in September 2014 to follow-up on the initiative to limit Iran’s nuclear program.
Holding secure diplomatic ties between countries is vital in continuing existence on Earth at peaceful levels. Please sign the petition below to thank the president of Iran and other Iranian diplomatic officials for their willingness in working with other world leaders to limit Iran’s nuclear supply and compromising on a way to ensure world peace.
Dear President Hassan Rouhani,
Hearing about Iran’s action of diluting its store of enriched uranium to harmless levels was quite heartening. Diplomatic relations between countries is a vital part of the overall health of the world. This action of diluting the enriched uranium, which has been worrying numerous world countries, reflects Iran’s willingness to maintain diplomatic ties with other countries in the world.
Thank you for working with the other world leaders in coming up with agreements as to how Iran’s nuclear supply should be limited. Doing so helps to keep the world at peace. Please continue the peaceful diplomatic relations with the rest of the world.
[Your Name Here]
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