December 26, 2009
[efoods]Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon said Saturday that the year 2010 will be a decisive year with regards to Iran and its nuclear plan.
Speaking at an event in Rishon Lezion, Ayalon stressed that the entire international community, and not just Israel, will be facing a test next year.
“There is a broad international front against the Iranian nuclear program, and if Iran doesn’t provide the international community with the right answers by the end of the year, the Security Council will likely approve sanctions against it,” he said.
Also during the event, Ayalon addressed the possibility that the Kadima party may join Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, following a proposal made earlier this week by Netanyahu to opposition Chairwoman Tzipi Livni.
“Anyone who accepts the current government’s path and its principles is welcome to join it,” he said.