Putin Draws a Red Line for Tehran, Bennett Will Try to Leverage It

Bennett hopes to figure out the Kremlin’s position on Iran’s efforts to buy time for its nuclear program during his meeting with the President Putin on Friday

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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin should give Israel a better understanding of the overall picture of the Iranian nuclear program issue.

Moscow has been pressuring Tehran behind-the-scenes in recent weeks, aiming to ensure that Iran does not further infringe upon the already weak international arrangement regarding the international monitoring of its facilities. This is an interesting development and good news for Israel in the tangled state of affairs that has evolved around the talks to restart the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA agreement.

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