Israel PM Give opportunity for the sanctions against Iran and Diplomacy

Israel PM Give opportunity for the sanctions against Iran and Diplomacy

Tehrān : Iran | Mar 09, 2012 at 6:13 AM PST
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The prime Minister Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu said that will offer the international possibility of sanctions against the Iran is in execution and not to plan an attack to the nuclear installations Iranian within days or weeks. Speaking with the Israeli television Giovedi, Netanyahu said that on behalf of a peaceful solution to the problem, but insisted that its country will not allow to the Iran of to acquire nuclear weapons. Netanyahu says that Israel said in priority cannot wait for more diplomacy and the sanctions to discourage the nuclear program Iranian. Netanyahu the Giovedi to admit what he calls "fundamental differences" between the USA and the approaches of Israel towards the Iran, dicendo of the Iran nuclear threat of Israel heard itself more suddenly of how much the feelings of Washington. The president Barack Obama urged Netanyahu of to give more time for the diplomacy and the sanctions. Besides Obama also said that all the options are open to hinder the Iran of to acquire nuclear weapons

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Israel PM Give opportunity for the sanctions against Iran and Diplomacy
Israel PM Give opportunity for the sanctions against Iran and Diplomacy.
sonemahewal is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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