Israel FM Yair Lapid travels to London and Paris to negotiate with Iran, as part of talks on the 2015 nuclear deal in Vienna.
The United Kingdom and Israel “will work day and night” to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power, the foreign ministers of the two countries wrote in a joint statement.
“Time is running out, which increases the need for closer cooperation with our friends and colleagues to thwart Tehran’s ambitions,” Liz Truss of the UK and her Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid wrote in The Telegraph on Sunday.
Lapid arrived in London on Sunday on a two-day trip to the UK and France, a day before to discuss Iran’s nuclear program. starting again in Vienna.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has previously said his country is “deeply concerned” that international powers will lift sanctions on Iran in exchange for insufficient threats to its nuclear program, when negotiators met in Vienna on Monday for the final test. saving the nuclear alliance.
One of Lapid’s main goals for visiting the UK and France is to ensure that bank sanctions against Iran remain in place, Israel Channel 13 said.
Lapid is expected to meet with his British counterpart Truss on Monday to sign a number of agreements, including a 10-year agreement to work with areas such as cybersecurity, intelligence, trade and security, according to The Telegraph.
Foreign ministers said in a statement that Israel would become a “tier one” online in Britain, in an effort to improve cyber security as countries around the world face increasing risks.
Lapid is expected to take part in a ceremony hosted by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in which he will address all officials.
The foreign minister is due to leave for France on Monday night, ahead of a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday afternoon.
With Tehran following its strength and the Western regime desperately disappointed, hopes of success in rescuing their 2015 nuclear deal look bleak.
Ambassadors say time is running out to restart the coalition, led by US President Donald Trump was released in 2018, angered Iran and offended other regimes involved – UK, China, France, Germany and Russia.
Six lines of indirect negotiations took place between April and June. The new election begins after the election of a new Iranian president, stalled. Ibrahim Raisi, a courageous Muslim leader.
Tehran’s new negotiating group has set demands that US and European ambassadors see as impossible, Western embassies say.
The demands also include waivering all US and European Union sanctions imposed since 2017, including those that do not comply with Iran’s nuclear program.