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February 24, 2014 10:27 am

After Meeting With U.S.’s Top Iran Negotiator, Intelligence Minister Says Israel Reserves Right to Act Independently

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Israeli minister Yuval Steinitz in 2012. Photo: Israel's Ministry of Finance.

Jerusalem Post – Israel reserves the right to assess the Iranian situation and make the necessary decisions independently, Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz said Sunday after emerging from some five hours of talks with Wendy Sherman, Washington’s top Iran negotiator.

“Israel reiterated and made clear its position that an agreement with Iran must include dismantling its ability to progress toward a nuclear weapon,” Steinitz said, using code for Israel’s long-standing position that the world needed to insist that Iran dismantle all it’s uranium enrichment capabilities.

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