Prime Minister Bennett stated that Iran is at “the most advanced stage of its nuclear program” and condemned efforts to restore the nuclear agreement.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett expressed his readiness to strengthen Israel’s confrontation with Iran and reiterated on Tuesday that his country will not be bound by any new Iran nuclear agreement with world powers.
Indirect negotiations will start on November 29 Reinvigorate the 2015 agreement, Former US President Donald Trump withdrew, thinking that it was not enough to shut down projects with the potential to make bombs-Israelis also have this view.
Iran denies seeking nuclear weapons and has violated an agreement to expand uranium enrichment since the US strike.
Bennett, who came to power in June, said in a speech that Iran is “at the most advanced stage of its nuclear program.”
Although his government has previously stated that it will be open to a new nuclear agreement that imposes stricter restrictions on Iran, Bennett reiterated that Israel has the autonomy to take actions against its main enemy.
“We are facing complicated times. It is possible to have an argument with our best friend,” he said at a teleconference hosted by Reichman University.
“In any case, even if an agreement is reached, Israel is certainly not a party to the agreement, and Israel is not obliged to abide by the agreement.”
‘Israel is besieged’
Bennett expressed disappointment at what he described as the skirmish between Israel and Iranian militia allies.
“The Iranians surrounded the State of Israel with missiles while sitting safely in Tehran,” he said.
“Sent to hunt down terrorists [Iranian covert] Quds Force no longer returns. We must go to the dispatcher. “
Bennett did not explicitly threaten the war. He said that network technology and his belief that Israel’s advantages as a democracy and international support can play a role.
“Iran is much more vulnerable than people generally think,” he said.
Israel on Tuesday also strengthened its rhetoric against Iranian combat drones, disclosing what it said were two bases used for maritime attacks with remotely piloted aircraft, and proposed to cooperate with Arab partners to take countermeasures.
The Gulf Arab countries share Israel’s concerns about such drones because they have seen Iran or its allies carry out air strikes on Saudi Arabia’s shipping or energy facilities. Tehran often denies such allegations.
Israel’s Defense Minister Benny Gantz said: “Today, I showed you two central bases in Chabahar and Qeshm Island in southern Iran. From there, they launched maritime operations and deployed them today. The advanced Shahd attacked drones.” Said at a television security conference.
In addition, the commander of the Israeli Air Force proposed to cooperate with Arab partners, such as the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, which formally established relations with Israel last year, to jointly respond to drone threats.
“It sees this as a great opportunity to establish contacts and develop defense plans for all countries that have a common interest in protecting themselves,” Major General Amikam Nogin said at a conference hosted by Reichman University. .
“We can help a lot [against drones], Whether in intelligence, detection or interception. “