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‘Israeli’ Bennett Wants a Common Strategy with US on Iran If Nuclear Negotiations Fail
By Staff, Agencies
During his meeting this week with CIA chief William Burns, the Zionist entity’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Jerusalem and Washington should work out a common strategy in the event Iran refuses to re-enter the 2015 nuclear deal, Axios news site revealed Thursday.
According to the site, Zionist officials sensed that the US intelligence chief was also skeptical that Tehran would renege on the deal, with new president Ebrahim Raisi in power.
"It was important for the Prime Minister to clarify that when we say that we think it is a mistake to revert to the 2015 nuclear deal, it is not an automatic continuation of the Netanyahu government's policy and that we have a different approach," a senior ‘Israeli’ official told Axios.
US President Joe Biden sought to re-enter the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA] after former president Donald Trump withdrew from it in 2018. For its part, the Zionist occupation regime is fiercely opposed to the deal and is trying to convince the Biden administration to change strategy with regard to Iran.
And, according to the New York Times, US officials are increasingly pessimistic about the prospects of Tehran returning to the deal with the new Iranian power.
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