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Index – Abroad – Washington: Israeli attacks on Iranian nuclear facilities may be reversed

Israel’s Gedio Ahronoth newspaper said Tehran has repaired the damage done to its nuclear facilities at a higher level after previous cyber attacks attributed to Israel, and replaced old machines with faster enrichment of uranium. Citing US intelligence sources and international nuclear inspectors.

A senior US official described rehabilitation work at Iran’s nuclear facility as “building back better,” referring to the Biden government’s social reform program as referring to rehabilitation work.

That is why Washington warned Jerusalem behind the scenes:

While repeated attacks on nuclear facilities may indeed be targeted tactically, they ultimately lead to the complete opposite of their intended purpose.

The newspaper learns that the Israeli negotiators rejected the US claim that the attacks were only helping to accelerate the nuclear program through reconstruction at a higher level.

According to the New York Times, which is also familiar with the subject, the Israeli approach is in stark contrast to the current US government, which deals with Iran’s nuclear program through diplomacy.

In 2015, after more than a decade of negotiations, the leading powers in Iran and the world – the United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia – agreed on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. Under the deal, Tehran restricted its nuclear activities, and in return the international community lifted most sanctions on Iran.

On the other hand, former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the nuclear deal in 2018 and then lifted previous sanctions, prompting Iran to start producing more uranium than is allowed.

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(MTI)