Britain's Hague urges Israel not to undermine Iran nuclear deal

By REUTERS
November 25, 2013 18:18

 
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LONDON - Israel should avoid taking any action that would undermine the interim nuclear agreement reached between Iran and world powers, Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Monday.

"We would discourage anybody in the world, including Israel, from taking any steps that would undermine this agreement and we will make that very clear to all concerned," Hague told parliament.

Hague, who gave an update on the nuclear talks in Geneva , added he had not seen any signs that any country opposed to the agreement would try to disrupt it "in any practical way" but said Britain would be "on its guard".

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