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Conventional arms embargo on Iran set to end: What’s next?

Tehran, Iran – The international conventional arms embargo against Iran, imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UN Security Council) 13 years ago, will officially end on Sunday. This means that Iran can legally buy and sell conventional weapons, including small arms, missiles, helicopters and tanks. The arms embargo will end in return for restrictions on Iran and the 2015 nuclear deal, under resolution 2231 of the Iran-2015 nuclear deal, which allowed sanctions to be eased against Iran.

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