In a meeting today (Monday) between Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and visiting Czech President Milos Zeman, Mr. Netanyahu reiterated his position that it is imperative that Iran not be allowed to develop nuclear weapons capability and to halt their nuclear program.
At the onset of the meeting, the Prime Minister said, “The Czech Republic underwent a bitter trial when it was threatened by the accusation that it was an obstacle to peace in Europe. It was asked to make concessions that not only risked irs sovereignty and security, but that of all of Europe. We have learned this from you…and will not repeat it.”
The Czech Republic is one of 17 countries which use nuclear energy without uranium enrichment centrifuges or “heavy water” reactors.