World News

Netanyahu: Iran deal effectively over and 'companies are pulling out'

Netanyahu: Iran deal effectively over and 'companies are pulling out'

Speaking at the Policy Exchange think tank in London, Mr Netanyahu declared: "Mr Assad's regime is no longer immune".

Mr Assad's regime is no longer immune.

Following the cancellation, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's bureau said that he was unable to meet with Mogherini during her visit while diplomatic sources added that "her positions are very hostile". "There is a new calculus that has to take place", Netanyahu added.

Last month, Israel launched a large-scale attack on what it said were Iranian targets in Syria, raising fears of a major confrontation.

Netanyahu met Wednesday in Paris with French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, who is pushing to maintain European trade with Iran allowed under the 2015 deal curbing Iranian nuclear activities.

More news: Russian Federation never asked to be allowed back to G8, Lavrov says

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May welcomes Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Downing Street in London, June 6, 2018.

"You have to choose whether to do business with Iran, or forego doing business with the United States. that's a no-brainer and everybody's choosing it effectively as we speak".

"Companies are pulling out of Iran". The senior diplomat also said that the three European leaders agreed to Israel's demand to have the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) review the Iranian nuclear archives obtained by the Mossad earlier this year.

"I found considerable agreement on that goal". Netanyahu is meeting France's President Macron as part of his European tour, in an effort to rally support from allies over Iran. Stop it. Here's what I think now.