Liberman denies report that Israel spied on Iran talks

March 24, 2015 10:31

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman denied on Tuesday morning the report in The Wall Street Journal that Israel spied on the the P5+1 nuclear negotiations with Iran. According to the report, Israel angered Obama administration officials by using the information gleaned from its espionage efforts to drum up opposition to a nuclear deal among US lawmakers.   

"I think these reports are incorrect and inaccurate," Liberman told Army Radio.

"Obviously Israel has different security interests [than the US] and we have a good Intelligence service," Liberman said, but he said  that Israel does not "deal in espionage against the United States."

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