Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will send Head of Mossad Yossi Cohen to Washington to outline the Zionist entity’s demands in any re-signing of a nuclear deal between Iran and US, Channel 12 news reported on Saturday.
The network said that Cohen is expected to travel to the US in February at the request of the Israeli prime minister, where he will be the first Israeli official to meet with new US President Joe Biden. He is also reportedly expected to meet with the CIA director.
The report does not cite specific sources, but refers to “messages” conveyed between unnamed officials in the Biden administration and the Zionist entity. It says Cohen and his team will provide the Biden administration with all the information accumulated by the Israeli regime on Iran’s alleged nuclear program.
The demands will include a set of Israeli preconditions for the US to rejoin the nuclear deal, including Tehran halting its uranium enrichment, and an end to the production of advanced centrifuges.
According to the report, the conditions also include: “Stopping Iran’s support for groups such as Lebanon’s Hezbollah, and terrorist activity against Israeli targets overseas; withdrawing Iran’s military presence in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen; and giving the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) complete access to its nuclear program.”
Cohen has actually traveled to the United States this month, but for a farewell meeting with former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.