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Israel launches campaign to prevent end of sanctions against Iran

Israel launches campaign to prevent end of sanctions against Iran

Tel Aviv, Dec 1 (Prensa Latina) The Israeli government intensified contacts with European allies to try to prevent the lifting of sanctions against Iran, which it once again threatened with an air strike, The Jerusalem Post newspaper revealed.
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Israeli officials reiterated in various meetings that the end of the punitive measures, denounced by Tehran, will provoke a unilateral military action by Tel Aviv, the newspaper stressed.

One of those who repeated said message was Foreign Minister Yair Lapid during meetings with the President of France, Enmuanuel Macron, and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

According to the Israeli view, if the sanctions are removed, Iran could reach the nuclear threshold in six months, which would force a military intervention.

The Jerusalem Post highlights that as part of the diplomatic campaign, Defense Minister Benny Gantz will travel to the United States next week.

On several occasions both Gantz and the Army Chief of Staff, General Aviv Kohavi, claimed that the armed forces are developing a plan against Iran.

“It is a very complicated job, with a lot of intelligence, a lot of operational capacity, a lot of weapons. We are working on all these issues,” the military man stressed in September in an interview with the Walla news portal.

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