PM: P5+1 has decreased, weakened demands on Iran

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July 8, 2012 14:26

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israel and the P5+1 countries are operating for the common good against Iran's nuclear program but expressed concern that the P5+1 has decreased and weakened demands made in the previous rounds of negotiations.

Netanayhu made the comments during a meeting in Jerusalem with a group of Anti-Defamation League Regional Board Chairs from around the US led by National Chair Robert G. Sugarman and National Director Abraham H. Foxman.

The prime minister reiterated that the P5+1 should go back to its original demand that Iran totally stop enriching uranium and export all previously enriched material and dismantle the underground nuclear facility near Qom.

Netanyahu answered a range of questions during the meeting on issues including Iran, proposals for legislation replacing the Tal Law and African migrants.

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