Netanyahu: Israel unaware of any proposed US-Iran talks

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October 21, 2012 18:35

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday said that Israel was unaware of any prospective nuclear talks between the United States and Iran.

He was responding to a report to that effect by The New York Times on Saturday.

Netanyahu reiterated that the only way to stop Iran's nuclear progress was through a combination of sanctions backed up by a credible military threat, and urged the international community to put very clear demands on the Iranian regime.

He warned that Iran would use future talks to buy more time as it had in the past.


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