Israeli officials are expected to vigorously oppose any such deal, primarily on the grounds that it would get in the way of their oft-threatened plans to attack Iran. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dubbed past deals “ploys” aimed at preventing the planned war.
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According to German newspaper Der Spiegel, Iranian President Hassan Rohani is prepared to offer a deal wherein he would shutter the Fordow uranium enrichment facility in return for the international community ending sanctions against them.
Fordow, the second Iranian enrichment site after Natanz, is considered more irksome to the international community because it is underground and difficult to bomb.
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