Israeli PM: New Iran nuclear deal ‘weaker’ than JCPOA
21 February 2022 | 1:35 pm
The new deal may be watered down compared to the 2015 original, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said. At the same time, Israel believes lifting sanctions on Iran could increase financing for terrorism.
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