PM Netanyahu in interviews with media outlets from each of the P5+1 countries: "No to a deal of surrender with Iran."
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(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Sunday, 29 June 2014), within an hour, was interviewed in media outlets from each of the P5+1 major powers involved in the negotiations with Iran: US (CNN), Great Britain (Sky), Germany (ARD radio), China (CCTV), France (France 24) and Russia (Channel 1 Russia).
In his interviews, Prime Minister Netanyahu said that Iran is interested in obtaining a surrender agreement from the West and added that it cannot be allowed to receive such an agreement. The Prime Minister emphasized that the agreement with Iran needs to be similar to that which was reached with Syria – an agreement which includes the dismantling of capabilities and their removal, in contrast to the apparent agreement with Iran that includes leaving capabilities under supervision (supervision which has already been revealed to be ineffective). The Prime Minister added that the ayatollahs’ regime must not be allowed to have a nuclear bomb.