Iran at its Most Advanced Point of Capability to Enrich Uranium: Bennett
Israeli Occupation Prime Minister tells The Sunday Times that Iran is now at its most advanced point in uranium enrichment, confirming that "Israel" has offensive plans against the Islamic Republic's nuclear facilities.
In an interview with The Sunday Times, Israeli occupation Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that "Tel Aviv" is working to strengthen its offensive and defensive military capabilities, because “it’s no secret, Iran is now at their most advanced point of capability to enrich uranium.”
According to the newspaper, "Israel" is not hiding that it's updating its offensive plans against Iran's nuclear facilities.
In fact, Bennett promised that he will “do whatever is necessary to neutralize this threat."
He affirmed that the two sides are in a cold war and accused Iran of being positioned around the entity to distract it for the last 30 years.
“We will work against them, using all our energy, all our innovation and technology, and economy to get to a point where we are a number of steps ahead," he expressed.
The occupation's Prime Minister said he believes that a military threat along with diplomatic and economic pressure, from "Israel," the US, and other powers, “will make it clear to Iran there will be very serious implications if they continue to enrich uranium."