Tehran, Nov 5, IRNA – The Fourth installment of Iran’s $2.8-billion frozen assets abroad was deposited to the account of the Central Bank of Iran, CBI said in a statement released on Wednesday.
India paid parts of its debt to Iran within the frameworks of $2.8-billion frozen assets to be released.
Iran and the Group5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) ended over two weeks of negotiations in Vienna on July 19 with no final agreement between the two sides which was due to be reached before the July 20 deadline.
At the end of their talks, the two sides agreed to extend the negotiations till November 24 for brokering a final deal.
The Sextet of world powers agreed in Vienna talks to release $2.8bn of Iran’s frozen assets in six installments.
The amount will be released in four $500mn and two $400mn installments within an almost once every three weeks period as follows:
First installment: $500mn on August, 1, 2014
Second installment: $500mn on August, 25, 2014
Third installment: $400mn on September, 17, 2014
Fourth installment: $500mn on October, 10, 2014
Fifth installment: $500mn on November, 3, 2014
Sixth installment: $400mn on November, 23, 2014
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