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IDF intelligence's chief analyst says Iran serious in nuclear talks
Iran is negotiating seriously on a deal to curb its disputed nuclear programme, a senior Israeli intelligence officer said on Monday in a shift of tone from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's scepticism.

 

Brigadier-General Itai Brun, military intelligence's chief analyst said "It is very possible that Iran and the world powers that are negotiating with it are moving toward the signing, sometime during the year, of a permanent nuclear deal."

 

Brun told the annual Herzliya Conference that "In the meantime, Iran is abiding by the interim agreement and the pressures, mainly the economic crisis, are leading it toward a dialogue, which we regard as serious-minded, on a permanent agreement."