The German Foreign Minister Annalena Bock was warned by Naftali Bennett, Prime Minister of Israel, during Thursday’s meeting in Tel Aviv. Bennett’s office released a statement saying that Israel believes that a revival or extension of the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran will be dangerous to the region.

Bennett told Baerbock that he believed a deadline should be established to stop the ongoing negotiations in Vienna between Iran and world powers to save the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
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He also stressed that Iran’s interests are only served by extending negotiations while Iran continues to enrich its uranium.

Baerbock and Bennett discussed security and regional issues, including the Iran nuclear deal. Bennett said that it would be a mistake to restore the JCPOA, which would put the entire region at risk.

Baerbock and Baerbock met during Baerbock’s first official visit in the Jewish state. They also discussed other regional issues and medical cooperation regarding COVID-19, according to the statement.

These remarks were made as the world powers and Iran resume negotiations this week to try to revive 2015’s nuclear agreement that curtailed Tehran’s nuclear program.
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 After the Trump administration pulled out of the 2018 agreement, the deal was dissolved. Britain, France and Russia are still parties to the agreement.

Trump imposed severe sanctions against Iran. Iran has taken steps to increase the purity and amount of uranium enrichment and stockpiles in violation of the agreement.

Earlier in the day declared, during a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Yair Lepid, that talks with Iran have entered a “final stage” and that, despite Israeli reservations to the contrary, a return of a nuclear deal would make the region more secure.

Baerbock stated that she is “convinced” that a complete restoration of the JCPOA will make the region safer, including Israel. Otherwise, these talks would be in vain.

Lapid stated that he had met Baerbock to discuss the nuclear talks. He also presented Israel’s position that a nuclear Iran “endangers not just Israel but the whole world”. He claimed that Iran is an “exporter of terror from Yemen and Buenos Aires” so the agreement must consider its regional aggression.

Lapid stated that “the E3 countries cannot ignore the Iranian threat beyond its nuclear program,” referring to European countries that participated in the Iranian nuclear agreement negotiations.

He said, “Iran is Hezbollah’s north, Iran Hamas’s south, Iran is an exporter terror from Yemen to Buenos Aires.”

According to the Foreign Ministry, Bennett’s scheduling conflict meant that the meetings had to be moved from Jerusalem into Tel Aviv.