Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said Monday that Israel would work with world powers to shape any deal on Iran’s nuclear program.

“With the expected or possible resumption of the nuclear talks, we will continue to work together with the United States and other countries in order to make our position clear and influence the crafting of the deal—if there is such,” said Gantz, according to Reuters.

“It would be proper to make clear that Israel does not oppose a nuclear deal in itself. It opposes a bad deal,” he added.

Indirect talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran, the United States and several other world powers have stalled, but there are efforts underway to renew the negotiations.

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