Iran News Round Up

British Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly expressed interest in reopening the British embassy in Tehran during a telephone conversation with President Hassan Rouhani. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif cautioned that "implementing" the nuclear agreement "will be a lot of work."
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei praised the Iranian negotiating team but cautioned that "it is necessary to scrutinize" the text of the nuclear deal to ensure that the other side does not violate any of its provisions.
Iran and the P5+1 members reached a final nuclear agreement that will place limitations on Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. President Hassan Rouhani praised the deal as signaling a "new page of relations with Iran."
The Supreme Leader stressed that Iran will continue to fight against Western oppression during a speech to university students. Iranian officials reported that progress has been made in the nuclear negotiations but significant issues remain unresolved.
The P5+1 and Iran extended the nuclear negotiations until July 13. Senior government and military officials observed Qods [Jerusalem] Day.
The P5+1 and Iran did not reach a final nuclear deal today; the foreign ministers of the P5+1 and Iran will meet on July 10.
Advisor to the Commander of the IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani emphasized the expansion of Iran's regional involvement since the Iran-Iraq War.
President Hassan Rouhani highlighted his administration’s efforts to harness the adverse effects of sanctions and eradicate poverty. P5+1 nuclear negotiations continued past the extended July 7 deadline, while Iran and the IAEA reached an agreement concerning unresolved technical issues.
The Supreme Leader called for greater efforts to foster Iran's scientific progress. Iran and the P5+1 held a plenary ministerial session in Vienna, while an unnamed source close to the Iranian negotiating team indicated the possibility of an extension to the talks.
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano met with President Hassan Rouhani to discuss Iran's outstanding nuclear issues, while Expediency Discernment Council Secretary Mohsen Rezaei explicitly stated that the P5+1 have no other option "except negotiations."