This Is How Iranians Celebrated President Obama’s Nuclear Deal Announcement

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It was a double celebration for Iranians who were also engaged in the final day of Persian New Year festivities.

Celebrations erupted in Iran after the country’s negotiators in Switzerland reached a framework for a nuclear deal with the United States.

U.S. President Barack Obama hailed it as a “historic understanding” between the two countries – one that could potentially lift crippling economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

Iranian citizens, especially in Tehran, crowded on the streets after the breakthrough agreement was announced. Many of them took to social media and posted celebratory photos and video with the hashtag #IranTalks.

It was a double celebration for Iranians who were also engaged in the final day of Persian New Year festivities.

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People played loud music and danced on the streets:

Honked car horns:

 

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Waved flags:

And took selfies:

Iranians thanked their Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who headed the negotiating team from his country in Switzerland.

He was given a hero’s welcome upon his return to Iran:

 

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