Hollande hosts Peres, vows world will act to stop Iran nuke

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 8, 2013 20:03

 
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French President Francois Hollande hosted President Shimon Peres in Paris on Friday, stating that the international community, and not Israel, would take responsibility for preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

"Iran is not a danger only to Israel, it is a danger to the Gulf states, to Europe and to the whole world," Holland stated at a joint press conference with Peres.

Peres warned that "the Iranians are playing a dangerous game and they are liable to lose the last chance that the international community is giving them."

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