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Israel postpones attack on Iran2012-03-12 16:44
Israel decided to postpone attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, not excluding possibility of an attack in the future.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the RBC, Israel decided to postpone attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, not excluding possibility of an attack in the future. This was stated by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after his trip to Washington where he participated in negotiations with the U.S. President Barack Obama.
Tel Aviv believes that diplomatic methods for solving the conflict over Iran's nuclear program have not yet exhausted its potential. According to Israeli Prime Minister, the economic sanctions by the world powers towards Iran may still have an impact, the edition reported.
Netanyahu added that Israel continued to ponder over the possibility of strike on Iran's nuclear facilities. According to him, it will happen, if Iran continues resisting pressure from Western powers.
Recall, March 6, the U.S. President Barack Obama met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The leaders have agreed on the need for a diplomatic solution of the Iran nuclear issue. According to the White House, despite the aggravated situation with Iran, they should not exclude the possibility of resolving issues with Tehran through diplomatic way.
"Creation of a nuclear weapon by Iran is unacceptable. United States is ready to consider all possibilities to resolve the situation", Obama said. Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel's position on this issue is similar.