(Worthy News) – Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday that his government’s goal is to “utilize the window of opportunity” between rounds of the nuclear talks in Vienna to tell Washington that the time has come for a “different toolkit” against Iran’s progress in uranium enrichment.
The Islamic Republic “must start paying for its violations,” said Bennett at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting, according to a statement released by his office.
“The goal of the Iranian regime is the lifting of sanctions,” he said, adding, “For this, it went to Vienna with dozens of advisers and sanctions experts … the ability to do what they are doing now regarding terrorism and in the nuclear sphere—only this time, they want to be strengthened by tens of billions of dollars and a tailwind for all of their activity.”
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