Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that Iran will not allow the construction of atomic bombs at any cost

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that Iran will not allow the construction of atomic bombs at any cost
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that he will not trust any nuclear deal with Iran. Netanyahu warned that he would do "everything" to prevent Iran's leadership from acquiring nuclear weapons. The Israeli Prime Minister made this statement at a time when he met with the Defense Minister, the Foreign Minister, the Chief of Army Staff and the heads of the Mossad Intelligence Services about a proposal to discuss a nuclear deal with Iran.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said, "Israel does not trust the agreement with Iran's extremist administration. We have already known such agreements with North Korea to be ruined. Without agreement or we will ensure that Iran Not equipped with nuclear weapons. " Meanwhile, Iran has officially begun international inspection of its nuclear facilities.

Iran's move aims to lift economic sanctions on European countries and the US and re-implement the 2015 nuclear deal. According to the news, aired on state television, Iran has taken concrete steps after threatening to curtail cooperation with IAEA inspectors. Iran said its plan is to suspend the implementation of the "Additional Protocol" signed between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency under the historic nuclear agreement.

This provision gives United Nations inspectors greater power to inspect Iran's nuclear facilities and its nuclear programs. However, it is unclear how this access will be restricted. Meanwhile, Iran's Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif said that the International Atomic Energy Agency would be prevented from obtaining images of surveillance cameras at nuclear sites. Iran's Atomic Energy Organization promised to keep pictures or footage of these cameras for three months and then hand them over to the International Atomic Energy Agency, when the restrictions were relaxed.

It is worth noting that about three years ago, the then US President Donald Trump separated the US from the nuclear deal and imposed a new embargo on Iran, which caused the economy of this Gulf country to collapse. Iran announced a gradual violation of sanctions in 2015 to increase pressure on the Biden administration. Iran is firm in its demand that it will not agree to anything less than the sanctions imposed by Trump. The Biden administration intends to put the 2015 nuclear deal on track to implement it, but it is not receiving the expected response from Tehran. Iran's tough stance paved the way forward.

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