Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
Prime Minister Binyamin NetanyahuAlex Kolomoisky/POOL

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the issue of Iran's nuclear program on Sunday, at the start of his weekly Cabinet meeting. 

"The major powers and Iran are galloping toward an agreement that will enable Iran to arm itself with nuclear weapons, which will endanger the existence of the State of Israel," Netanyahu stated. 

"The American Secretary of State and the Iranian Foreign Minister held talks over the weekend," he added, referring to US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. "They announced that they intend to complete a framework agreement by the end of March."

"From this stems the urgency of our efforts to try and block this bad and dangerous agreement," he continued. "We will continue to take action and to lead the international effort against Iran's arming itself with nuclear weapons."

"We will do everything and will take any action to foil this bad and dangerous agreement that will place a heavy cloud over the future of the State of Israel and its security."