Netanyahu: Israel rejects proposals for nuclear Iran in Geneva
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Thursday night rejected outright the proposals under discussion in Geneva for a compromise resolution of the Iranian nuclear issue. That proposal would be a historic blunder, he stressed, because it would allow Iran to continue developing its nuclear weapons program while easing the pressure on the Islamic Republic. The so-called “concessions” made by Iran are anything but.
DEBKAfile: Netanyahu was referring to the latest US proposition for Iran to consent as a first step to stop its nuclear program advancing further and start rolling parts of it back, in return for which Washington offered "very limited, temporary, reversible sanctions relief." This proposal was put before the two-day Six-Powers-Iran negotiations continuing in Geneva Thursday.