Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has long sounded alarm bells about Iran's nuclear programme, said Thursday he was "not impressed" with the newest report from the UN nuclear watchdog, dpa reported.
"Iran hasn't expanded its atomic programme because it already has the infrastructure to create nuclear weapons," said Netanyahu. He said the question should be how to stop Tehran's military nuclear programme.
"Sanctions pressure has to continue," said Netanyahu, adding however that he was not worried Iran would abandon nuclear talks.
"They won't walk away, because it's a dream deal for them," he said, promising that Israel would never allow Iran to come into the possession of nuclear weapons.