Netanyahu to US Senator Perdue: Iran deal will not stop them from developing weapons

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February 18, 2015 17:39

 
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A nuclear deal with the P5+1 will not stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday during a meeting with US Senator David Perdue (R-Ga.).

"When we say that the current proposal is a bad deal, we know what we are talking about," Netanyahu said.

Perdue thanked Netanyahu for his hospitality and said he shares Netanyahu's concerns about the nuclear agreement.

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