The Appeasement Begins: US to Float 'Interim' Nuclear Deal With Iran


The United States plans to float an interim nuclear agreement with Iran at upcoming talks, with the aim of concluding a permanent agreement some time in the future, Israeli officials told Axios.

Jerusalem is opposed to the plan, fearing the interim plan will become permanent and Iran will be allowed to retain all the enriched uranium it has processed over the last year.

Israel delivered that message to the White House in talks with national security advisor Jake Sullivan and Iran special envoy Rob Malley.

Instead of an interim deal, Israeli officials told their counterparts in Washington that world powers should censure Iran for its increased nuclear activities.

The United Nation's nuclear monitoring agency said this week that Iran has enriched uranium to a level well beyond the scope of the JCPOA and refuses to grant access to key nuclear sites.

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