Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday said he is open to a “good” Iran nuclear deal but doesn’t believe it’s possible right now based on how negotiations are going. “At the end of the day, of course there can be a good deal,” Bennett said to Israeli Army Radio. “Is that, at the moment, under the current dynamic, expected to happen? No, because a much harder stance is needed.” The eighth round of talks to restore the 2015 nuclear deal resumed in Vienna on Monday, 10 days after they were paused because the Iranian negotiator returned home to consult with the government. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif told state TV that a “quick and proper agreement in the near future” is a possibility if the other parties involved in the negotiation show “seriousness alongside goodwill.” Then-President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the deal in 2018. Iran and five world powers have had been discussing the possibility of restoring it. Iran previously said its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. Israel opposed the 2015 deal, which gave Iran sanctions relief in return for a curb on its nuclear program. Bennett reiterated that Israel was not bound by… Read full this story
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