Netanyahu urges international community to keep pressure on Iran

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October 20, 2013 11:32

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reaffirmed Sunday that the international community should not ease up on pressuring Iran with regard to its nuclear program.

"It must be remembered that the Iranian regime has systematically misled the international community," the prime minister said at the beginning of his weekly cabinet meeting. 

Netanyahu made the remarks a few days after the end of nuclear talks in Geneva between six world powers and Iran.

"So long as we do not see deeds and just words the pressure on Iran by the international community must continue. If the pressure on Iran increases, the likelihood that Iran will dismantle its nuclear arms program will also increase," Netanyahu said.


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