By TIA GOLDENBERG
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israel’s prime minister says he doesn’t oppose a “good” nuclear deal between Iran and world powers. Naftali Bennett spoke on Tuesday, a day after negotiators from Iran and five world powers resumed talks on restoring Tehran’s tattered 2015 nuclear deal. Bennett voiced skepticism in an interview with Israeli Army Radio that the negotiations would produce a deal acceptable to Israel. He reiterated that Israel was not bound by any accord, leaving it room to maneuver militarily. Meanwhile, negotiators from the three western European countries negotiating with Iran to revive its nuclear deal with world powers said they’re not setting any “artificial deadline” for an agreement but stressed anew that there are “weeks, not months” in which to reach one.