NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Israel declared on Monday that it will stop granting Iran any further favors and would keep doing everything in its power to stop them from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid said Israel rejects a return to the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and would not be bound by such an agreement in a phone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday.
He declared that Israel would keep trying everything to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
The Iranian offer was framed as “take it or leave it,” but Prime Minister Lapid highlighted in his phone conversation with Macron that negotiations are still ongoing.
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He also cautioned that the updated offer contains new components that go beyond the parameters of the initial JCPOA and that they will open the door for a large inflow of funding for Iran’s terrorist network and the bolstering of its military.
According to reports, President Macron reaffirmed his resolve to stopping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
“Iran has rejected a final deal offered to them, so now is the time to walk away,” a senior Israeli source told Fox News.
“The time has come for a fresh, more effective plan to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. The oppressive, repressive, and totalitarian government in Iran should be regarded as such, “added the official. “The money they receive as a result of this arrangement will be used to sponsor terrorism.”
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The official stated that Dr. Eyal Hulata, Israel’s National Security Advisor, “conveyed” this message to the U.S. authorities “along the lines” that they had requested.
Further inquiries on the meeting’s outcomes were refused by the official.
Following their conversation on Sunday regarding Iran’s nuclear program, the necessity of bolstering support for Middle Eastern allies, and collaborative initiatives to prevent and restrain Iran’s destabilizing regional activities, Macron and President Biden met on Monday.
Iran is anticipated to earn an estimated $275 billion in its first year and an estimated $1 trillion by the early 2030s, according to a new analysis from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD).
Iran said on Monday that the United States was holding up renegotiations of the 2015 agreement, a claim that Washington refuted.
“The Americans are taking their time, while the Europeans are doing nothing. More than Iran, America and Europe need a deal “Nasser Kanaani, a spokesman for Iran’s foreign ministry, stated at a press conference.