Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on October 15 that easing sanctions on Iran would be a “historic mistake…[as] they are so close to achieving their goals”. Netanyahu made the remarks ahead of meeting with Malta’s prime minister. “Now is an opportune moment to reach a genuine diplomatic solution that peacefully ends Iran’s military nuclear program,” said Netanyahu. Credit: YouTube/IsraeliPM
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