(Worthy News) – Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met Thursday with German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock on her first official visit to Israel.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the two discussed regional security challenges, the Iranian threat, as well as the ongoing negotiations between the Islamic Republic and world powers meant to revive the 2015 nuclear accord.
Bennett expressed Israel’s view that returning to the 2015 nuclear deal would be a mistake and a threat to the Mideast. He said prolonging the talks while the Iranians continue to enrich uranium, serves Tehran’s agenda.
Baerbock, on her part, said in a press conference with Foreign Minister Yair Lapid that nuclear talks with Iran are entering a “final phase” and that, despite Israeli reservations, a return to a nuclear agreement would make the region safer. [ Source: Ynet News (Read More…) ]
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