Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said Iran’s support for terrorism is a threat not only to the region but to the entire world.
In a statement during a meeting with Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Antanas Linkivisius, the Israeli daily Jerusalem Post reported on Tuesday that Iran could not be allowed to threaten Israel’s presence.
On Iranian-European relations, Rivlin warned that Europe “will have to be very precise” in defining its relations with Iran, because Tehran is a state that supports terrorism.
For his part, the Lithuanian Foreign Minister said there is also a need to weaken the Iranian threat, noting that “this must be addressed.”
The talks also touched briefly on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Israeli president said negotiations could be held only between parties who trust each other. “They do not trust us and we do not trust them.” / According to him /
He noted that the situation as a whole is very complex, and each problem has to be addressed individually.