Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded on September 24 to US President Barack Obama’s comments on Iran at the UN General Assembly, saying that he agreed with Obama’s statement that Iran’s “conciliatory words will have to be matched with actions that are transparent and verifiable”. Credit: YouTube/IsraeliPM.
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