Published time: November 24, 2013 05:08
A top Israeli Cabinet minister has criticized the international deal over Iran’s nuclear program, saying it’s based on ‘deceit’. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the agreement “a bad deal.”
Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz, in charge of monitoring Iran’s nuclear program, has said there is no reason for the world to be celebrating, AP reported.
He says the deal that was reached in Geneva on Sunday is based on “Iranian deception and self-delusion.”
It was the first Israeli reaction to the deal.
Later, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the agreement “a bad deal.”