Israeli officials voice concerns on US stance before Iran nuclear talks

Israeli officials voice concerns on US stance before Iran nuclear talks


Israeli officials have expressed their alarm about mixed messages from the Biden administration on restarting negotiations with Iran to rejoin the 2015 nuclear accord without strengthening it, according to a report.

They cited their concerns after US Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley discussed the return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action without additional elements that would make it “longer and stronger,” the Jerusalem Post reported.

“The goal is to see whether we can agree on what steps the United States needs to take to come back into compliance with the nuclear deal and what steps Iran has to take to come back into compliance with the nuclear deal,” Malley said in a Friday interview with PBS NewsHour.

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Last month, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that the administration was not going to make any initial “concessions” to the Islamic Republic as it seeks to restore some semblance of the accord, according to

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