Dr Moshe Kantor on US withdrawal from Iran agreement – Luxembourg Forum – Geneva 2018

Excerpt from the WIN Interview with Dr Moshe Kantor, President of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, given on the occasion of Luxembourg Forum meeting that took place in Geneva, in 2018.

Dr Moshe Kantor: We have to understand what for us, for Luxembourg Forum, first of all means the withdrawal of America from their agreement with Iran. So we understand this message very specifically and I think unanimously it’s the wish of the American state to give a start to the new agreement, not to kill completely the existing agreement because it’s still valid, only America got out, but the new agreement which should include the subjects, new subjects, you know for example the means of delivery included the composition of the warheads, this is a very important thing which will make the existing agreement more actual and more corresponding to the demands of the time.

Dr Moshe Kantor
President of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe

Moshe Kantor is president of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, president of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, president of the European Jewish Congress, chair of the World Jewish Congress Policy Council, president of the World Holocaust Forum Foundation and chair of the European Jewish Fund.

In 2007, Kantor initiated the founding of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe (Luxembourg Forum), the major umbrella NGO for the world’s leading experts in non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, materials and delivery systems.Dr Moshe Kantor is a prominent public figure, international philanthropist and scientist who has served as the President of the European Jewish Congress since 2007. He is known worldwide for his fight against antisemitism, racism, neo-Nazism, negationism and intolerance. The prosperity, freedom and security of the Jewish people are his first priorities.