Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said, Sunday afternoon, that Israel's policy on Iran's nuclear threat has not changed. Speaking at the end of his meeting with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti about negotiations between Iran and Western superpowers, Netanyahu said, “We have seen in the past how Iran uses the talks in order to try and delay and deceive the West. Therefore, the demands need to be clear: One, stop all enrichment of uranium, both 20% and 3%. Two, move all enriched material out of Iran’s territory. It is possible to give them alternative material for peaceful purposes. Three, dismantle the illegal facility in Qom. These three things are Israel’s clear demands. Naturally, we will monitor the talks to see that Iran does not use them in order to deceive the world and continue with its nuclear program."