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Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz has said he will agree to a new nuclear deal with Iran, but also would like to see a new plan that includes heavy economic sanctions against Tehran if talks fail.
In an interview with Foreign Policy magazine, Gantz claimed that Iran is 2-3 months away from having the materials and capabilities to produce nuclear weapons.
Referring to negotiations to return to the nuclear deal, Gantz said, “The United States is now on the verge of putting Iran’s nuclear program back in a box. I accept it. used the expression.
Expressing that if negotiations fail, Israel would like to see a viable Plan B under the leadership of the United States, which includes considerable economic pressure on Iran, Gantz stressed that Israel’s military action is among the options.
Meanwhile, Israel’s Defense Ministry issued a statement after the foreign policy announcement that Gantz’s remarks prompted comments that Israel may agree to the 2015 nuclear deal.
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In the statement sent to the local press, it was noted that Gantz was not in favor of a return to the 2015 nuclear deal and that Israel would agree to a longer, broader and stronger nuclear deal.
Israeli officials had previously said they were against a return to the 2015 nuclear deal.
A nuclear deal was signed between Iran and the United States, Russia, France, Britain, China and Germany in 2015, called P5 1, but former US President Donald Trump was withdrawn from the agreement in 2018.
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