The deal between the West and Iran regarding the latter’s nuclear program is a “bad” agreement, Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu’s office said today.
“This is a bad agreement that gives Iran what it wanted: the partial lifting of sanctions while maintaining an essential part of its nuclear program,” a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office said.
“The agreement allows Iran to continue to enrich uranium, leaves the centrifuges in place and allows it to produce fissile material for a nuclear weapon,” it continued.
“The accord did not lead to the dismantling of the Arak plant,” the heavy water reactor being built southwest of Tehran.
The statement concluded, “Economic pressure on Iran could have produced a much better agreement.” Read more at Arutz Sheva.