Israel Prefers Diplomacy On Iran But Can Act Alone, Says Bennett

Israel threatens Iran with military action, as nuclear talks between Iran and the US look no closer to concluding.

The Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has told the United Nations nuclear watchdog that his country would prefer a diplomatic resolution to the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program, but could take independent action, reiterating a longstanding veiled threat to launch a preemptive war.

The warning to visiting International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Grossi followed calls by Western powers on the IAEA Board of Governors to rebuke Tehran for failing to answer questions on uranium traces at undeclared sites.


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