Netanyahu meets with former IAEA deputy director-general

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 6, 2019 17:26
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with former Deputy Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Olli Heinonen, the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the start of the meeting that it's "absolutely clear that Iran is lying, that Iran is continuing to work to obtain a nuclear bomb arsenal."We are committed to stopping it," he said thanking Heinonen for his honest analysis and for your clear conclusions, I thank you for talking about what Iran is doing."



As the meeting commenced, Heinonen thanked Netanyahu "for the courageous effort to expose [the nuclear archive documents] because it provides material for the international community to discuss the issue, and also ways to talk to the Iranians about how to stop it."

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