Israel fury as Kerry heads to Iran talks in Geneva
Ben Gurion (Israel) (AFP) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned John Kerry Friday he was offering Iran the "deal of the century" as the US top diplomat headed to landmark talks in Geneva seeking a nuclear agreement. Netanyahu vowed that Israel would not be bound by any international agreement on Iran's nuclear programme and reserved the right to do whatever is necessary to defend itself — a clear allusion to a pre-emptive military strike.
17 January, 2014 Israeli PM meets Jordan king, insists on border security Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu laid down demands for security arrangements between a future Palestinian state and Jordan, in a rare visit Thursday to Amman. Netanyahu was in Jordan for unannounced talks with King Abdullah II on the US-brokered Middle East peace process. The […]
8 November, 2013 Kerry committed to help narrow differences with Iran: U.S.official U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is committed to doing "anything he can" to narrow differences with Iran over its nuclear program, a senior State Department official said on Friday shortly before Kerry headed to Geneva for talks. "This is a complex process," the official said in Tel […]
7 December, 2014 Kerry cites progress, urges patience in Iran talks WASHINGTON (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday an extension of nuclear talks with Iran should be used to further increase pressure on the country to give up its atomic weapons ambitions and capabilities. His comments came as Secretary of State John Kerry […]
5 December, 2013 Kerry in Israel for talks on peace, Iran Washington's top diplomat was holding talks on security with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday in their first meeting since a fallout over a nuclear deal struck with Iran. US Secretary of State John Kerry landed just before midnight (2200 GMT) on Wednesday for a trip […]
2 March, 2015 Kerry cautions Israel not to undercut Iran diplomacy as talks resume By Arshad Mohammed MONTREUX, Switzerland (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry quietly cautioned Israel not to undercut nuclear negotiations with Iran that resumed on Monday as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepared to make the case in Washington against the […]