US won’t ‘wait forever’ from Iran on nuclear deal, says Biden

US won’t ‘wait forever’ from Iran on nuclear deal, says Biden

You United States reiterated that they intend to use all the powers at their disposal to prevent the Will get nuclear weapons. The commitment is set out in a joint communiqué with Israelreleased this Thursday morning, the 14th, in the midst of the American president’s trip, Joe Bidento the Middle East.

During a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid in Jerusalem, Biden said the country has presented Iran with demands for a resumption of the nuclear deal and expects a response. “We’re not going to wait forever,” he said.

In the note, Washington reinforces the work with international partners to confront the “aggressions and destabilizing activities” of the Iranians, either through direct action or by “terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah, Hamas and the Islamic Jihad in Palestine”.

The Democrat reinforced his commitment not to allow the Iranians to obtain nuclear weapons. According to him, the objective of his trip to the Middle East is to avoid the formation of a power vacuum in the region that will eventually be filled by China.

The two countries add that they continue to discuss the “challenges and opportunities” arising from Israel’s relations with Palestine. “The countries condemn the deplorable series of terrorist attacks against Israeli citizens in recent months and affirm the need to confront radical forces, such as Hamas, that seek to inflame tension and instigate violence and terrorism”, highlights the text.

From Israel, Biden leaves for Saudi Arabia, where he is expected to meet with the country’s leaders. The trip has drawn criticism from Democratic activists, unhappy with the softer stance on the Saudis four years after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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