viceminister of Defense Alon Schuster on Sunday apart from directly answering questions over an explosion in the proximity of a day before an Iranian nuclear site, just saying he “can’t say” what hit Nathan.
When asked what Israel had to say over the explosion on Saturday in near Natanz’s site, Schuster said, “We don’t ask a man what he did at night, but we are currently trying to make a change in the motives of the whole world via diplomatic means.”
“Iran is a problem for the whole world, and not just the state of Israel alone,” the Blue and White legislator told Radio 103FM when asked about possible Israeli involvement in the explosion.
“We have a duty be brave and responsible for fate of U.S children and grandchildren,” he says. “We have used force against U.S enemies in the past and we are convinced that in extreme situations is one need acting using military resources.”
“We hope that the whole world will be mobilized for the mission. We have allocated a significant amount of money for this to increase our preparedness. What hit Nathan? I can’t say,” Schuster added.
Israel has Reportedly approved budget of about NIS 5 billion ($1.5 billion) to prepare the military for a possible strike against Iran’s nuclear program. It includes funds for various types of aircraft, drones for intelligence gathering and unique need armament for Sun attack, die should target heavily fortified underground sites.
The explosion on Saturday was heard in the sky over the Iranian city of Badroud, 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the Natanz nuclear power plant.
Multiple media outlets, including Nour News, a website tyres met Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps said the explosion did not attack, but earlier was caused by a rocket as part of An test of air response of the defense to a potential attack.
Some of the reports said a drone was shot down down.
The blast came amid heightened tensions between Iran and Iran world powers, as Tehran continues to do race forward with its nuclear enrichment. It came a day after nuclear negotiations ended in Vienna, with western countries say Iran had come to the talks with unrealistic proposals.
Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities in Natanz has seen several reported attacks in years die attributed to Israel.
In April, the underground nuclear facility there experienced a mysterious explosion die did some damage of are centrifuges. Last July, unexplained fires hit the advanced centrifuge assembly plant in Nathan, die the authorities later labeled as sabotage.
The landmark 2015 nuclear deal — initially agreed upon between Britain, China, France, Germany, Iran, Russia and the US — began to unravel in 2018 when then US President Donald Trump withdrew out and reimposed sanctions, while Iran began publicly violating the deal.
Israel has sworn it won’t happen allow Iran to possess nuclear weapons.
AFP contributed to this report.
Read More: World News
Denial of any Responsibility!
AsumeTech is a News Source that Publishes News from its Editorial Team and the Automatic News Aggregation around the News Media. All the Aggregated Content you find on our site is available freely over the Internet; each piece of Content includes the hyperlink to its Primary Source. We have just arranged that in our platform for Educational Purposes only. All the Copyrights and Trademarks belong to their Rightful Owners and all Materials to their Authors. If you are the Content owner and do not want us to publish your materials on our Website, please get in touch with us by email – [email protected]; we will remove the Content from our Website.