Israeli prime minister urges world to not give into Iran’s demands

In a video statement to the delegates at the negotiations in Vienna, Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett warned the U.S. and the world to not give into the regime’s blackmail.

Iran Bennett said, wants to move forward with its nuclear program while receiving billions of dollars once sanctions are lifted.

According to a recent report by the International Atomic Energy Agency showed that Tehran has increased its stockpiles of enriched uranium as many as six times in excess of the limit laid down in the 2015 nuclear agreement.

Israeli defense minister Benny Gantz said in a recent statement that world powers should act against Iran for violating the terms of the 2015 deal. With both the U.S. and Israel expressing concerns over the fact that Iran could have the capability to build a nuclear bomb within the very near future, having reached high levels of uranium enrichment.

Gantz said, “There needs to be a price that is expressed in economic sanctions and military activities so that the Iranians halt their nuclear race and their regional aggression,”

He expressed the fact that if the US or the world give into their demands would be tantamount to giving into “blackmail” in order to get them billions in return for “nothing,” with Bennett warning that Iran wants “to end sanctions in exchange for almost nothing.”

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