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Steinitz tells FADC: Unlikely that there will be a nuclear deal with Iran

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September 3, 2014 12:26

Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz briefed the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Wednesday, ahead of the Iran nuclear talks.

Steinitz told the MKs that he is not "delusional" enough to think all of Israel's demands will be attained.



The minister expressed skepticism that any agreement could be reached.

"It seems that the Iranians will not dramatically change their stance and will not compromise on the issue of centrifuges," Steinitz explained. "Assuming that [US President Barack] Obama will continue to stand by his statement that no agreement is better than a bad agreement - there won't be an agreement."

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