'Iran, Iran, Iran': In Fox interview, Netanyahu identifies greatest threat to Israel


The US-E3 talks dominated Trump's conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House last week.

During the meeting, the U.S. president allegedly said that until now, France, Germany and the United Kingdom, the three European Union signatories to the deal, only proposed "cosmetic changes" that he did not find satisfactory, the Axios news website reported.

In a commentary published by Reuters on Monday, it is said that if the us withdraws from the 2015 nuclear deal, Europe could work with other global powers to keep the agreement alive.

The Trump administration has vowed to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal if European allies refuse to agree to major modifications to the agreement, according to a report Sunday night by Channel 10 reporter Barak Ravid. While the claims were made anonymously, The White House and Israeli officials did not refute Axios reporting when asked for comment.

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Netanyahu recently returned from the U.S. where he met with President Donald Trump, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, and senior American lawmakers.

"If the same policy of confusion and uncertainties about the JCPOA continues, if companies and banks are not working with Iran, we can not remain in a deal that has no benefit for us", Araqchi threatened. A third round is expected this Thursday in Berlin.

Struck in 2015, it was signed by Iran with the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council - Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States - plus Germany.

Republicans in Congress have tried to sabotage the deal by passing sanctions against the country's ballistic missile program, as well as sanctions meant to stifle financing of Iran proxy Hezbollah. Given the state of unrest at home, it's possible that Iran's leaders may be reconsidering their hard-line stance on modifications - if only because reimposing the sanctions would rapidly undo what economic progress has been made since they were lifted, possibly leading to another round of destabilizing demonstrations.