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    According to Cameron, the agreement will "help to make our world a safer place" by keeping Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — However, British Prime Minister David Cameron believes that the agreement reached between Tehran and the P5+1 group on the Iranian nuclear program will not solve the country's problems with neighboring states.

    "This agreement will not solve all the difficulties, especially between Iran and its neighbors. We will continue to work with our partners in the region to ensure stability and security and I hope that Iran will also follow this path," Cameron said.

    Cameron also stressed the importance of the full implementation of the "historic deal", emphasizing that Iran will only benefit from it if it "delivers on all the agreed actions required to fully address international concerns about its program."

    Earlier on Tuesday, Iran and the P5+1 group of international negotiators, namely China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany, reached a final comprehensive agreement to ensure the peaceful nature of Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for removing sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

    Israel is opposed the deal, arguing that lifting the sanctions and unfreezing $100 billion of Iranian funds will only empower Iran and predicting that the money will be spent on supporting terrorism.

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