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Parliamentary question - E-003322/2023Parliamentary question

Israel’s nuclear ambiguity and its relations with the European Union

Question for written answer  E-003322/2023/rev.1
to the Council
Rule 138
Francisco Guerreiro (Verts/ALE)

Recently the Heritage Minister Amichai Eliyahu, a member of Israel’s far-right Jewish Power party, advocated dropping ‘some kind of atomic bomb’ on Gaza ‘to kill everyone.’ This statement has again highlighted Israel’s ‘nuclear ambiguity’. Meanwhile, some reports have also suggested that the Israeli Dimona nuclear complex, in the Negev desert, is expanding. This ‘nuclear ambiguity’ and resistance to international accountability represents an Israeli backlash in terms of transparency and cooperation with the European Union.

Therefore, will the Council:

Submitted: 9.11.2023

Last updated: 24 November 2023
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