(Worthy News) – Mossad head David Barnea and Defense Minister Benny Gantz took rearguard action in Washington to try to change the West’s approach to negotiations with Iran, as they were set to resume in Vienna on Thursday.
Both are “speaking with one message, same as the prime minister and foreign minister: Iran is susceptible to pressure; don’t lift sanctions and don’t go with a bad deal,” a senior Israeli diplomatic source said.
“We’re dealing with a huge motivation [of Western powers] to return to a deal, but the top echelon in Israel is having its say at full force. That’s very important,” the source said. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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