Jerusalem: The United States national security Adviser warned on Sunday that the decision not to attack Iran is temporary and that the country should not confuse "prudence with weakness".
White House national security Adviser John Bolton made the remarks during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem, reported Efe news. The pair held discussions at the Israeli leader's residence and spoke at a joint press conference about the strength of their alliance and the magnitude of the threat that Iran represents in the region. Bolton emphasized that the White House's determination not to attack Iran is a temporary decision.
"Netanyahu's good relationship with Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin augurs well for the meeting and for a better alignment of the policies of these three countries in a series of fundamental security issues," said Bolton.