US, Iran make progress in talks on nuclear program — Israeli media

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AMMAN — In a recent report by Haaretz, it has been disclosed that the US and Iran have achieved significant advancements in their discussions regarding Iran's nuclear program. اضافة اعلان

The progress mainly revolves around maintaining the program at its current stage and preventing Iran from making any breakthroughs towards nuclear capability.

Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Ron Dermer and the chairman of the Israeli National Security Council, Tzachi Hanegbi, recently visited Washington to hold talks with senior administration officials.

Among the various topics covered, the Iranian issue took precedence. While the White House and State Department have stated that new understandings are not an immediate priority and will require ample time, some individuals in Jerusalem believe that these understandings could be announced in the coming weeks, and perhaps even days.

Past effortsDuring the previous agreement between the US and Iran, which commenced with the interim Joint Plan of Action in November 2013 and culminated in the JCPOA agreement in 2015, Israel employed various strategies to modify the agreement's content or hinder its ratification.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was also in office at the time, delivered a speech before a joint session of Congress with the aim of mobilizing substantial opposition to the deal from both chambers.

Concurrently, Israel sought to create divisions among the negotiating parties, particularly by attempting to sway European countries such as France, Germany, and the UK against certain concessions made by the US.

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