Diplomatic Initiatives

Initiatives by Iran

Communication Dated 2 March 2012 received from the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Communication Dated received from the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the IAEA

Communication dated March 2, 2012 sent to the IAEA by the Iranian diplomatic mission.

May 13, 2008 Proposal

August 22, 2006 Response to EU

July 18, 2005 message from Rowhani to EU-3

April 2005 Proposal - London

March 2005 Proposal - “Elements of Objective Guarantees”

January 2005 Proposal - Geneva

Iran Roadmap

Iran’s Grand Bargain 2003

Initiatives by the European Union (France, Germany and the United Kingdom)

June 2008

June 2006 Elements of a Revised Proposal to Iran

August 2005


Joint Plan of Action by P5+1 and Iran

February 2006 IAEA report

The Paris Agreement ended officially when on February 6, 2006, Iran informed the IAEA of its intention to suspend adherence to the Additional Protocol. The letter communicating this is reproduced in relevant part in the February 2006 IAEA report.

Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement was signed on November 15, 2004 by representatives from Iran, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the European Union. Iran agrees on a voluntary basis to suspend "all enrichment related and reprocessing activities, and specifically: the manufacture and import of gas centrifuges and their components; the assembly, installation, testing or operation of gas centrifuges; work to undertake any plutonium separation, or to construct or operate any plutonium separation installation; and all tests or production at any uranium conversion installation."