In meeting, Netanyahu, Herzog vow to present united front against fresh Iran deal

July 15, 2015 00:31


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Wednesday night with Zionist Union chairman Isaac Herzog to inform the opposition leader of security related consequences posed by the international powers' the recently signed nuclear agreement with Iran.

Briefed on details initially revealed to members of Mr. Netanyahu's cabinet during a prior meeting, Herzog repeated previous statements he made, referring to the fresh accord as a bad deal.

Herzog also declared that we will dedicate himself to do everything possible to ensure the security of the State of Israel in light of recent developments.

Netanyahu welcomed Herzog's sentiments, saying that it is important that the coalition and the opposition are on the same page regarding national interests and that it crucial to present a united front to the world. 

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