The Israeli preschool in northern Israel has closed, due to the closure of its operating room due to a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, the Israeli Ministry of Education said Tuesday.
The preschool, located in the northern Israeli town of Eilat, was established in 2009 and opened its doors to kindergarten students last year.
The preschool’s principal, Yossi Aron, said the facility has been closed to allow the opening of a new kindergarten, but that the school would reopen soon.
The closed preschools are the first to reopen in Israel following the deal between the US and Iran.
The United States and Iran agreed in January to reduce the country’s stockpile of enriched uranium, the countrys nuclear-weapons program, in exchange for an easing of international sanctions against Iran.