Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu makes a statement to the press about negotiations with Iran at his office in Jerusalem on April 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DEBBIE HILL
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he and his Cabinet are united in "strongly opposing" an emerging framework agreement on curbing Iran's nuclear program and demanded that any final deal contain Iranian recognition of Israel's right to exist.Iran and six world powers announced a series of understandings Thursday, with a final agreement to be reached by June 30 . Netanyahu has harshly criticized the negotiations, demanding instead that the Iranian program be dismantled. However, it appears unlikely Israel will be able to prevent the final deal amid broad international support for such an agreement.However, Netanyahu argued that the emerging deal would leave much of Iran's nuclear infrastructure intact.
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