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Israel acknowledges US-Saudi nuclear deal but presents its 'red lines': report


Israel has presented its “red lines” to President Trump regarding the nuclear reactors that the US is helping Saudi Arabia build, Channel 10 reported on Sunday.

The reports is a follow up from March, where Channel 10 revealed a nuclear deal between the US and Saudi worth billions of dollars.

Back then, Netanyahu reportedly asked President Trump to abstain from the deal, but having realized now that the US is moving forward with it, the Israeli Prime Minister apparently sent Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz to the US two weeks ago to meet his counterpart.

According to Channel 10’s report, Steinitz met with Energy Secretary Rick Perry to discuss Israel’s concerns and “red lines”.

Among the parameters presented were a "no surprises policy," that would assure Israel of full transparency, meaning informing it of the specific nuclear equipment Saudi Arabia receives.

Israel also insists on knowing the exact locations of the nuclear reactors, due to nuclear safety, in addition to an assurance that Saudi Arabia will not get the “capability or the legitimacy” to enrich uranium on its soil.

The Saudis, however, are expected to ask the US for its permission to enrich uranium.

Lastly, Israel demands that the US will be the only nation to supply Saudi Arabia with the nuclear fuel needed for it reactors as well as removing it from Saudi soil when it’s been used.

Perry reportedly told Steinitz that the US will take Israel’s concerns into consideration and continue to provide it with information about the process of the negotiations with the Saudis.

Recently, Saudi Arabia has been on a mission to modernize the country, curtail its economic reliance on oil and to becoming largely “self-sufficient” in their production of nuclear fuel.

An instrumental part of the equation is the use of uranium. While Israel is against it, and the Americans seem ambivalent, the Saudis maintain that they have the right to develop uranium, which, if converted into nuclear power, could spur an economic boom.

Saudi Arabia is a signatory to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, whereas Israel has never signed it and has refused to declare its reported nuclear weapons capability, preferring a policy of ambiguity.

Despite Israel's opposition to the Saudi nuclear reactors, both countries share the same concern over Iran's nuclear ambitions, which they believe aim at acquiring nuclear weapons.

Israel and Saudi Arabia thus welcomed President Trump's withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, since they believe the deal was flawed and that Iran should not be trusted.



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Muslim Global: Israel acknowledges US-Saudi nuclear deal but presents its 'red lines': report
Israel acknowledges US-Saudi nuclear deal but presents its 'red lines': report
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