Trump and Netanyahu Meet in NY

Cheryl Sanders
September 19, 2017

A leaked document obtained by the AP past year, shows that by 2027 Iran is allowed to run thousands of advanced uranium centrifuges, which would allow it to create a nuclear weapon within a period of six months.

Netanyahu, according to his own statements and comments made by members of his delegation, believes he has found an ally in Trump on issues relating to the Iranian nuclear deal.

"The most stunning 2016 U.N. attack on Israel was facilitated by President Obama when the US abstained on a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning Israel for settlement construction", the center said. The French diplomat underlined that the nuclear deal was achieved in large part because it was not linked to all the other grievances the U.S. may have had with Iran.

Haley said at the American Enterprise Institute on September 5 that the lifting of sanctions and transfer of billions of dollars is allowing Iran to invest in its missile technology.

Iran, however, said the greatest threat to the nuclear agreement is US hostility. In July this year, Iran launched a rocket towards space.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donald Trump meeting in New York City on Monday on the sidelines of the 72nd UN General Assembly session.

Before speaking once again at the UN General Assembly, take a look at Netanyahu's previous speeches before the global organization, in which he warned of the Iranian threat each time. The US administration has notably displayed deep ambivalence and internal conflict about the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accords.

Palestinians and other watchers of the Israeli-Arab conflict could find many reasons for despair after the Trump-Netanyahu meeting.

According to the United States law, the agreement must be re-certified every 90 days. "I can tell you the Trump administration would like to see it", Trump added. A senior White House official said it was "a very productive trip".

"We're talking about it constantly". "Israel would like to see it. Palestinians would like to see it. Most people would say there's no chance whatsoever", he said. "[.] Thank you, Mr. President".

US President Donald Trump said he would unveil a decision on the Iran nuclear deal "very soon". "I'd say it can happen".

Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, met with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas on Monday to discuss ways in which to resume the peace process, along with the latest developments of peace talks between Palestine and Israel.

"We are giving it an absolute go", Mr. Trump said in NY.

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