Netanyahu reiterated his position that new sanctions were needed whenever Iran was enriching uranium, even though US officials have already conceded that civilian enrichment of uranium was not a problem in and of itself.
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Secretary of State John Kerry’s latest visit to Israel coincides with reports that the latest P5+1 talks with Iran could end with an “interim” agreement, providing another opportunity for Israeli officials to reiterate their opposition to such a deal, whatever it is.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took time out from talks on the stalled peace process with the Palestinians to warn Kerry against any deal with Iran, particularly one that would involve a “pause” in new sanctions against them.
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