Netanyahu: no going back to previous Iran nuclear deal

November 23, 2020 by Aryeh Savir - TPS
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“There can be no going back to the previous nuclear agreement,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated, possibly sending a message to President-elect Joe Biden.

PM Netanyahu at the memorial for Ben Gurion. (Haim Zach/GPO)

In remarks given on Sunday at the state memorial ceremony for Paula and David Ben-Gurion, Netanyahu underscored that “there can be no going back to the previous nuclear agreement. We must stick to an uncompromising policy of ensuring that Iran will not develop nuclear weapons.”

Biden has stated during his campaign that he will return to the nuclear deal with Iran which President Donald Trump left.

However, it is estimated that Biden will seek a modified deal with Iran, and therefore Israel has engaged in a campaign to ensure the effectiveness of the revised agreement with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Netanyahu added that “thanks to our determined stand against the nuclearization of Iran, and to our opposition to the nuclear agreement with Iran, many Arab countries have fundamentally changed their approach to Israel.”

Netanyahu has explained that seeing Israel’s stance against Iran in the region, Sunni Arab countries threatened by Iran have chosen to align with Israel, against Iran.

The recently signed agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are in essence the outing of good relations that Israeli previously conducted in secret with the Arab countries.

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