Israel says Iranian nuclear program remains serious threat
In his speech dedicated to the tenth anniversary of September 11 terrorist attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Iran's nuclear program was a serious threat to global security, RIA Novosti reported.
"The United States must do all that it can to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons," the Ynet news portal quoted the Israeli premier as saying at a memorial service marking the anniversary of the world's deadliest terrorist attack.
"A decade later, the probability of the deadliest weapon falling into terrorists' hands is tangible," he said. "A nuclear terror attack could soon prove to a real danger and we cannot let that happen."
Many countries around the world commemorated on Sunday the 10th anniversary of the September 11 tragedy and remembered 3,000 people, who died in the hijacked plane attacks.