MK Akunis: The only guarantee with Iran is that deal will not be fulfilled

July 14, 2015 10:33


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MK Ofir Akunis replied to news of the historic Iranian deal, which was finalized on Tuesday morning, with skepticism, saying "The only thing that is guaranteed when it comes to an agreement with Iran is that it will not be fulfilled, and Iran continues to develop nuclear weapons which threaten the entire world."

"While I is all smiles in Vienna today, tomorrow [the deal] promises worry, fear, and insecurity for all countries in the Middle East and to all countries that have signed the agreement It is unfortunate that instead of learning from our mistakes made in the recent history, our leaders are repeating them."

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