The U.S. and Israeli Defense Ministers will discuss what to do if nuclear talks fail. The United States and Israel will discuss possible military exercises that will allow them to prepare for the worst-case scenario to destroy Iran’snuclear facilities, according to a US official.
The United States and Israel have taken action in case the re-start nuclear negotiations with Iran are negative. The U.S. and Israeli Defense Ministers will “discuss possible military exercises that will ensure that they are prepared for the worst-case scenario to destroy Iran’s nuclear facilities,” according to a senior U.S. official.
IT WAS PLANNED BEFORE.
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz will hold talks with his US counterpart and Pentagon delegations today. The Pentagon’s meeting with Gantz today was scheduled for October 25 after Pentagon officials met with White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.
THEY DISCUSSED MILITARY OPTIONS
At the October 25 meeting, the Pentagon briefed Sullivan on all military options that could be used to eliminate Iran’s capacity to produce nuclear weapons, according to the U.S. official, who briefed Reuters on condition of anonymity. The U.S. and Israel’s plan was previously unknown.