Israel indicated Tuesday that it may not be involved in the strategy of the President of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, regarding the Iranian nuclear program, calling for new sanctions and a “reliable military action” against the country.
The new US government wants a return to the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran – from which former President Donald Trump withdrew, restoring sanctions – if the Iranians return to commit to obligations. Washington also said it wants to confer with allies in the Middle East on such measures, the agency reported. Reuters.
However, Israel’s envoy to Washington, Ambassador Gilad Erdan, indicated that the country will not be “part of such a process if the new government [norte-americano] return to agreement ”. If the United States “returns to the same agreement that it has already withdrawn, all its influence will be lost,” he reiterated.
Israel was not part of the 2015 agreement, but defenders in the US Congress and Netanyahu’s threats to take military action against Iran if diplomacy is not the way, weigh in on the decisions of the great powers, he continued. Reuters.
“It appears that only crippling sanctions – maintaining current sanctions and even adding new ones – combined with a credible military threat can lead Iran into real negotiations with Western countries, ultimately producing a deal that truly can prevent progress” to nuclear weapons, concluded.
Taísa Pagno //