Israeli Minister of Defense minister Moshe Ya’alon admitted that Iran is not longer diplomatically isolated, noting that this represents a concern to the Zionist entity.
Israeli Minister of Defense minister Moshe Ya'alon admitted that Iran is not longer diplomatically isolated, noting that this represents a concern to the Zionist entity.
During a Tuesday meeting with German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, Ya’alon said: “Our main worry is the Iranian regime, and today we are more worried than we were in the past.”
“We recognize that the Iranian regime understands that on the one hand, it has an opportunity to develop and improve the economy, and on the other hand, to become a nuclear threshold state.”
“We are concerned that Iran will escape the pressure, among other reasons – because they are no longer diplomatically isolated and they are beginning to enjoy relief in sanctions. The Iranians would like to preserve the ability to enrich uranium to 3.5% – which will allow them to continue to develop a military nuclear weapon,” the Israeli minister added.
Ya’alon noted that the Iranian missiles can cover all of the Zionist entity.
"The Iranian missiles presently cover all of Israel and parts of Europe, and the regime in Tehran intends to develop and produce missiles that will also reach the United States. “