Speaking with US President Barack Obama by phone, he said the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which emerged from the final round of talks in Lausanne, Switzerland, "would threaten the survival of Israel."
— PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) April 2, 2015
Netanyahu had said that any deal must "significantly roll back" Iran's nuclear capability and that this framework "would not block Iran's path to the bomb. It would pave it."
Netanyahu called for increased pressure from the international community "until a better deal is achieved."
PM Netanyahu: This deal would legitimize Iran's nuclear program, bolster Iran's economy & increase Iran's aggression & terror #IranTalks— Mark Regev (@MarkRegevPMO) 2 апреля 2015
Israel's Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz also expressed his displeasure at the deal.
"The smiles in Lausanne are detached from wretched reality in which Iran refuses to make any concessions on the nuclear issue and continues to threaten Israel and all other countries in the Middle East."
Steinitz added that military option was still on the table. However, many doubt Israel will strike Iran's nuclear facilities.