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Israel not happy with US-Iran deal, claims the agreement have many loopholes making it vague, Jerusalem

When Iran agreed with all the conditions in the agreement, immediately it was restricted with its nuclear operations for ten years and following that restricting others for five years. Acting upon the deal, Israel had worked up its own analysis according to which the systems of inspection is not as thorough as been said by the negotiators as the deal does not explicitly force the Iranians to open their sites anywhere or anytime. They also claimed that nothing had been discussed about Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium or what actions would be taken against if Iran does go back on its word. According to the Israeli analysis not much effect has come over Iran’s nuclear infrastructure and that there was high possibility that Iran would jump back to its nuclear activities once the deal expires or for some reason ends. All this reasons had been enough for Israel for not having any confidence in this deal further calling it a vague agreement. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV


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