The U.S. National Security Adviser (NSA) held talks on Wednesday with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. The latter warned that negotiations in Vienna on Iran's nuclear program had "profound ramifications" for Israeli security.
Mr. Bennett has called for the negotiations to be halted, accusing Iran of "nuclear blackmail" and charging that revenue it gained from sanctions relief would be used to acquire weapons to harm Israelis.
Lead U.S. Iran negotiator Rob Malley told CNN on Tuesday that there are only "some weeks" left to revive the deal if Tehran continues its nuclear activities at the current pace.
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