Prosor: Diplomacy is preferred solution to Iranian threat

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March 5, 2012 07:40

 
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Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor said Jerusalem believes diplomacy is the preferred option to resolve the issue of the Iranian threat, in an interview with WorldNetDaily, published Monday morning.

“We should really pursue and focus on the sanctions and the diplomatic elements in trying to bring the regime in Tehran to reassess the way they want to go forward,” Prosor told the American news network on Friday.

He added that Israel was keen to emphasize that many diplomatic steps remained, that need to be taken, and that he believed that sanctions. particularly on the Central Bank or Iran, could have a real impact.

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