Mossad chief leaves for US to stop Iran nuclear deal
Israel’s intelligence agency Mossad chief David Barnia has left for Washington to stop Iran nuclear deal.
The Mossad leader will meet with senior White House officials, the CIA director, the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon and key State Department leaders.
According to foreign media reports, Barnia is the biggest opponent of the Iran deal in the Israeli security establishment and Prime Minister Yair Lapid is also following the same strategy.
Last week, Defense Secretary Benny Gantz and National Security Council chief Eyal Holata also met in Washington with key officials of the Biden administration.
Prime Minister Yair Lapad himself had informed President Joe Biden of his concerns by calling him last week.