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Israel, Emirates coordinate positions against Iran nuke talks

The issue of the Vienna talks are sure to be discussed in today's Washington meetings between IDF senior commanders and their American counterparts.
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While it appears that the the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna may be back on track, the United Arab Emirates and Israel are reportedly pressuring the United States to provide them with security guarantees against Iran if a nuclear deal is reached.

Bloomberg claimed yesterday that Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi have been in contact with Washington officials about formulating a defense plan for the region in case a new nuclear agreement is signed. The report explained that while each country spoke with Biden administration officials separately, their position was coordinated ahead of time.

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