We will do everything we can to stop Iran from building an atomic bomb: Israel

ISRAEL: The commander of the Israeli air force has said that he will do everything in his power to prevent Tehran from creating a nuclear bomb. 

According to reports, the commander of the Israeli air force, Amikam Norkin, said that Tel Aviv represents an “insurance policy” that guarantees that Iran will not acquire a nuclear bomb. We have an insurance policy, we make mistakes, but we can correct mistakes. We will do everything possible to ensure that Tehran does not have a nuclear bomb.

According to the Times of Israel, the Israeli official said on Tuesday that his country was trying to reach a new agreement with Iran, or plan a large-scale attack against Tehran.

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The remarks come as the seventh round of nuclear talks began in Vienna on November 29. On Tuesday, a day after the resumption of talks on the matter, European countries participating in the Iran nuclear deal said that the “seriousness” of the Iranians would be assessed in the coming days, and will decide if the talks should continue.

Diplomats from Vienna, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, parties to the 2015 international agreement, warned that “if the Iranians do not take us seriously, the next 48 hours will be critical.”

Last Thursday, Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz, ​​said Tel Aviv was working to develop the capability to launch a military strike on Iran’s nuclear program. We need to influence our partners regarding Iran and engage in constant dialogue with them, he said. Gantz added that Israel wanted a nuclear deal that would not only address the issue of uranium enrichment but also Iran’s activities in the region.

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On the other hand, Iran has ruled out the possibility of bilateral talks with the United States, in the Vienna nuclear talks. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzada said there would be no bilateral meeting with the US delegation in Vienna.

Negotiations for the resumption of the Iran nuclear deal began on November 29, with Iran, China, Russia, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom participating in negotiations on the nuclear deal. The United States will indirectly participate in the negotiations on the nuclear deal.

It should be noted that the Iranian nuclear deal was signed between Iran and 6 countries in 2015. In 2018, the United States unilaterally withdrew from the agreement, after which Iran also stopped implementing the agreement.

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