Israel warned that the will of the administration Biden to restart the negotiations with Iran on reinstatement of the nuclear agreement 2015 “will pave Iran’s path to a nuclear arsenal,” according to a report.
“Israel remains committed to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and their position on the nuclear deal has not changed, “the prime minister’s office said, the Jerusalem Post reported.
“Israel believes that going back to the old agreement will pave Iran’s path towards a nuclear arsenal. Israel is in close contact with the United States on this matter, ”he added.
Informed The Truth News that, the State Department said that Washington would accept an invitation to meet with the countries that negotiated the original agreement – Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and Iran – “to discuss a diplomatic way of advance Iran’s nuclear program. “
“We are ready to present ourselves if such a meeting takes place,” a US official told Reuters.
The United States withdrew from the nuclear deal
In 2018, Trump administration withdrew from the deal three years after the Obama administration negotiated it. The deal lowered sanctions against Tehran in exchange for the country reduce its arsenal of uranium enriched needed to fuel nuclear weapons.
Since the US withdrawal, Iran has admitted that it has breached the 2015 agreement when using advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges in an underground plant.
The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has been opposed to the Iran deal from the beginning.
A senior European Union official said on Friday that the EU is working to organize an informal meeting with all participants in the nuclear deal and the United States.
No invitations have been sent and there is no deadline for the meeting, but the world powers want to revive the nuclear deal as soon as possible, the official added, according to the Jerusalem Post.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the US sanctions must be withdrawn before your country considers re-complying with the agreement.
When the sanctions are lifted, “then we will immediately reverse all corrective measures. Simple, ”Zarif said on Twitter.
A senior Iranian official told Reuters that Tehran was considering Washington’s offer to speak about the reactivation of the nuclear agreement.
“But first they should get back to the deal. Then, in the framework of the 2015 agreement, a mechanism can be discussed to basically synchronize the steps, ”said the official.
Tehran has set February 23 as the deadline for the United States to begin reversing sanctions; otherwise, he said he would take his biggest step yet to break the deal: banning short-notice inspections by the UN nuclear watchdog.
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