Kerry says doesn't believe Iran deal would risk Israel's security

By REUTERS
November 18, 2013 23:08




US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that he had "great respect" for concerns by Prime Minister Binyaamin Netanyahu about a nuclear deal with Iran but did not believe the talks would put Israel's security at any additional risk.

"Nothing that we are doing here, in my judgment, will put Israel at any additional risk - in fact, we believe it reduces risk," Kerry said. "We believe it helps all of us move closer to this goal of achieving a comprehensive agreement."


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