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February 18, 2014 10:11 am

Netanyahu: Interim Nuclear Deal Has Only Set Iran Back a Month

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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. Photo: Screenshot.

Times of Israel – The interim nuclear deal the international community signed with Iran only distanced the Islamic Republic one month from acquiring a nuclear weapon, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday evening.

Speaking on the eve of nuclear negotiations between six world powers and Tehran, which start Tuesday in Vienna and aim at a permanent agreement, Netanyahu said the talks’ only acceptable outcome must be that Iran will be left without a single centrifuge and without any capability to enrich uranium.

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