NEW YORK (AP) — Israel's prime minister says his stern warning to stop Iran from going nuclear is "reverberates around the world."
Benjamin Netanyahu says his demand before the United Nations to draw a red line on Iran's uranium enrichment program could prevent the Islamic Republic from getting a nuclear.
Speaking Friday before a meeting with the Canadian prime minister, Netanyahu said the enrichment was the "only discernible and vulnerable part of their nuclear program."
The Israeli leader commented a day after he laid out his most detailed plea for global action against Iran. He said the world had until next summer at the latest to stop Iran from getting a bomb.
Israel says a nuclear-armed Iran would pose an existential threat and has warned it may strike Iran to prevent that from happening.