Tel Aviv reserves the right to take measures against Iran to stop its nuclear program if the international community does not do so, Bennett said during a meeting with Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
According to The Jerusalem Post, the head of government insisted on the thesis of the supposed danger that Iran represents for regional and global security.
Iran was the focus of Israeli national security adviser Eyal Hulata’s visit to Washington, who was received by his US counterpart, Jake Sullivan.
The Israeli Armed Forces announced last Wednesday that “dozens of fighter planes carried out drills to practice long-range attacks.”
Both Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Army Chief of Staff General Aviv Kohavi affirmed on several occasions that the Armed Forces are developing plans against Iran.
Tehran authorities have repeatedly assured that their program is for peaceful purposes with the aim of generating electricity, and warned that they will respond if attacked.