Israel will not be bound by a deal with Iran

Yesterday, its prime minister, Naftali Bennett, said that Israel would “maintain complete freedom of action” against Iran despite a possible international agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. The Israeli prime minister was speaking before the Knesset (parliament) Foreign Affairs Committee, his first since taking office in June, which coincides with talks in Vienna, Austria, on Iran’s nuclear energy. Regarding the negotiations in Vienna, we are very concerned, and it is important for me to say here clearly that Israel is not part of the agreements, and that Israel is not bound by what will be written in the agreements. And that Israel will maintain it. Complete freedom to work anywhere and at any time without restrictions.” Negotiations to save the 2015 agreement, which was supposed to prevent Iran from acquiring atomic weapons, resumed at the end of November in Vienna after a five-month hiatus between Tehran and countries that do not Still a party to the agreement (France and the United Kingdom)., Germany, Russia, China.. The United States participates indirectly.

Yesterday, its prime minister, Naftali Bennett, said that Israel would “maintain complete freedom of action” against Iran despite a possible international agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. The Prime Minister of Israel was speaking before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Knesset (Parliament), for the first time since taking office in June,…

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