Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid termed his country’s campaign against signing a deal with Iran over its nuclear program as “successful” during a statement on Sunday.
Before departing to Germany, Lapid stated, “Israel is conducting a successful diplomatic campaign to stop the nuclear agreement,” though he said still there is “a long way to go.”
The positions of France, the UK, and Germany for raising doubts about signing a nuclear deal with Iran were also hailed by the Israeli premier.
Iran has been accused of “continuing to expand its nuclear program far beyond any plausible civilian justification” by the aforementioned countries on Saturday.
Lapid said, “In recent months, we have had a quiet and intense dialogue with them, and they were presented with up-to-date intelligence information on Iranian activity at the nuclear sites.”
France, the UK, and Germany have been held responsible for the failure to reach a deal over its nuclear program by Iran.