It is an important day for the international community. I congratulate all those who helped make it a reality, said Director General Yukiyo Amano of the IAEA.
Finally the day has come, sanctions are lifted in practice and the Iranian contemporary history enters a new era. On the late night of 16th January 2016, in the most significant key date of the JCPOA, the International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed that Iran has fulfilled all its commitments in the deal. Due to the final report by IAEA, the Implementation Day of JCPOA has come to practice, suggesting that nuclear-related sanctions against Iran are lifted. Last night, all four parties of Iran, US, EU and IAEA announced officially the beginning of a new stage of the JCPOA deal, implying a rehabilitated cooperation between Iran and the international community.
Two years before, it was difficult to imagine this kind of progress could be possible, even John Kerry of the US expressed last night: Iran has undertaken significant steps that many, and I do mean many, people doubted would ever come to pass and the Iranian president Rouhani insists on his Twitter account: Implementation Day  I thank God for this blessing & bow to the greatness of the patient nation of Iran. Besides promises explicitly defined in the nuclear deal, the exchange of prisoners between Iranian and US parties on the verge of the Implementation Day provides reliable clues about the fresh integration of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the international community.
It is now obvious that all parties have been really engaged in a real passion to solve one of the most crucial discontents of the 21st century. Inside the country, Iranian officials including the foreign minister and the chief director of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran along with supporters within the country from all sides of power, have been collaborating and reinforcing the efforts to solve the dispute. We have seen also strong political and economic motives on the US and EU sides along with wide acceptance around the globe. In the last move, U.S. president Obama provided its secretary of state Kerry with enough executive power for lifting sanctions should IAEA confirm Iran’s commitment to its obligations.
Abbas Akhondi, the minister of road and urban development of Iran, declared the deal between Iran and Airbus group to buy 114 aircraft to renovate Iranian aerial fleets. Just a day after the Implementation Day, president Rouhani presents the next year budget along with the sixth development plan to the parliament. Declining oil prices and frustrating commodity markets suggest that it is not easy to stimulate the economy forward, but taking into consideration the beginning of the new era without economic sanctions, it is plausible to predict good days ahead for Iranian people and the economy.