“We do not place our hopes on an agreement with an extremist regime like the Iranian regime … We have seen the results of such agreements with North Korea,” Netanyahu said.
“With or without an agreement, we will do everything in our power so that Iran does not arm itself with nuclear weapons,” he added.
On the Iranian presence in Syria, Netanyahu said that he would not allow Iran to establish a position in Syria and would not accept precision missiles in Syria and Lebanon.
The Israeli Prime Minister indicated that the response would be overwhelming thousands of times over any threat.
Last week, the Israeli army conducted a “surprise training” on the northern border to improve its combat readiness, a few hours after the air strikes on Iranian targets in Syria.
The army stated that Israel will witness an increase in air traffic during the training period, which lasts until Wednesday, and indicated the possibility of hearing explosions in the north of the country.
He added that the training “simulates combat scenarios on the northern front, and will test all elements in the basic tasks of the air force, including maintaining air superiority, protecting the country’s sky as well as attacking and gathering information,” according to “Reuters”.