(Worthy News) – While the Israeli government opposes the U.S. return to the Iranian nuclear agreement, Defense Minister Benny Gantz said on Sunday he was prepared to give his backing to a “broader, stronger and longer” agreement.
Gantz, was addressing Haaretz-UCLA Israeli National Security Conference by video when he said, “I can support an agreement that will be broader, stronger and longer, taking Iran back, dismantling its current capabilities, and placing effective inspections on its sites and on its weapons production.”
While Israeli policy is to support a stronger agreement than the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) negotiated by President Barack Obama in 2015, Jerusalem’s assessment is that the Iran’s willingness to negotiate is playing for time. Israeli officials already fear that President Joe Biden’s administration will settle for an agreement that ends the current sanctions on Iran if the Islamic regime simply ceases its uranium enrichment — which would be even worse than the original JCPOA agreement. [ Source: World Israel News (Read More…) ]
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