Israel Open To “Good” Iran Nuclear Deal, But Wants Tougher Vienna Terms


Top state leader Naftali Bennett said on Tuesday that Israel would not naturally go against an atomic arrangement with Iran yet world powers should take a firmer position.

“We are not the bear who said ‘no’,” Bennett said in a meeting with Israel’s Army Radio, alluding to a famous naysaying character from kids’ writing.

Israel inclines toward a more outcome arranged methodology, he said.


“Without a doubt there can be a decent understanding. Without a doubt. We know the boundaries. Is that normal to happen now in the current elements? No. Since there should be a lot firmer position,” he said.

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“Iran is haggling with an exceptionally frail hand. Yet, tragically the world is behaving like Iran is at a solid point.”

Bennett declined to remark on Israel’s tactical strike capacities against Iran, saying he favored the methodology of “talk pretty much nothing and do a ton”.

On Monday, Iran and the United States continued aberrant discussions in Vienna on rescuing the 2015 Iran atomic arrangement with Iran zeroed in on one side of the first deal, lifting sanctions against it, regardless of what pundits see as meager improvement on getting control over its nuclear exercises.

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