BERLIN–MICOM: Iran has ‘ right to become nuclear power ‘ like other countries in the world. It proposed a leading political analyst, Christian Hacke, Germany in the 48th Security Conference Munich.
In broadcasting network based in Munich BR, he emphasized Iran’s nuclear program is a ‘ national ‘ pride and prestige.
Former Professor of the University of Bonn it describes Iran is ‘ important ‘ partner for Germany, and citing huge energy resources owned by Iran.
He warned against Western sanctions against Tehran strategy over nuclear policy, and said the issue should be more focused and placed back in diplomatic ways.
Hacke says West should recognise the strategic importance and concerns-concerns over Iran.
Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Israel, on Thursday (2/2) said that if the sanctions on Iran proves to be ineffective, then Israel will consider to launch military action to prevent the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.
“If only the sanctions failed to stop Iran’s nuclear program, it will be necessary to consider the action,” said Barak.
While open to deliver a speech in Herzliya Conference closure, Barak said Israel was willing to take action before things ‘ very late ‘.
“There is a widespread belief that it is important to prevent international Iran turned to the ‘ nuclear ‘ option and there was nothing that could have lifted off the table,” he said.
Barak expressed the need to take action before reaching nuclear capability Tehran, said Iran for the purpose of a civil, to prevent Iran into a global threat, said the daily Ha’aretz.
“Anyone who says ‘ later ‘ could face the fact it’s too late,” said Barak.
Deputy Prime Minister of Israel, Moshe Ya’alon, on Thursday also warned about consensus on a nuclear Iran ‘ have ‘, and stressed that it could be ” a nightmare for the free world ‘.
However, Ya’alon–who is also the Minister of Strategic Affairs and former Chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)–said the West could be military attacks against Iran’s nuclear installations every. (Ant/OL-10)
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