Israel Can No Longer Influence Iran Nuke Deal, Top Official Admits

Israel is intensifying its efforts to influence the next 'longer and stronger' nuclear agreement the United States wants in place in nine years; as one source said: 'Israel today has nothing to threaten the Americans with'

Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis

Israel has no ability to influence the clauses of the nuclear agreement being discussed in Vienna, according to a senior official involved in the contact Israel is maintaining with the United States, Russia and the other partners to the deal. “Essentially, during the nuclear talks there are only two options,” the official said. “Either returning to the original nuclear agreement, or not returning to it. There is no other option.”

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