Netanyahu: Those with the most at stake in Iran deal are not allowed at the table

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 9, 2015 20:27

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that those countries who have the most at stake in nuclear negotiations with Iran are not at the table in talks with the Islamic Republic.

Speaking at the IDC's Herzliya Conference, Netanyahu said that he was not the sole nuclear "party pooper," as he is often portrayed, but that no one in the region believes that the emerging nuclear deal will serve to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.

Netanyahu warned that a nuclear deal with Iran would set off an arms race in the world's most unstable region the Middle East.

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