Israeli regime PM sticks to ‘bad deal’ illusion over Iran’s nuclear agreement
Israeli regime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has once again denounced a joint statement issued by Iran and the P5+1 countries in Switzerland as a “bad deal” which will endanger Tel Aviv’s survival, Press TV said.
“It doesn’t roll back Iran’s nuclear program. It keeps a vast nuclear infrastructure in place,” Netanyahu told CNN on Sunday, adding, “Not a single centrifuge is destroyed. Not a single nuclear facility is shut down including the underground facilities….Thousands of centrifuges will keep spinning enriching uranium. That’s a bad deal.”
The Zionist premier claimed that the nuclear agreement will strengthen Iran’s military and facilitate its access to nuclear weapons which would threaten Tel Aviv.
A day after Iran and the P5+1 countries reached a mutual understanding, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani rejected the West’s claims that enrichment activities in the country pose a threat to the Middle East region and the entire world.
While numerous reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have verified the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, the Israeli prime minister once again claimed that Iran has shown to be completely distrustful.
Tel Aviv has many times showed angry reaction to the landmark agreement which is scheduled to be finalized by Iran and the six global powers by the end of the self-designated June 30 deadline.