Britanski premijer Gordon Brown upozorio je Iran kako će međunarodna zajednica povećati pritisak ukoliko on ne zaustavi svoj nuklerani program.
Gordon Brown becomes the first British Prime Minister to address the Israeli parliament, the Knesset.
Iran was high up the agenda during Brown's first visit to Israel since becoming British Prime Minister in June 2007.
The weekend's talks between Iran and the six powers, Britain, the United States, France, Germany, Russia and China ended in stalemate.
The Islamic Republic has been given two weeks to respond to calls for it to rein in its nuclear activities or face sanctions, and Brown once again warned Iran:
SOUNDBITE: Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister, saying (English):
"We stand ready to lead in taking further sanctions and will ask the whole international community to join us. Iran has a clear choice to make: suspend its nuclear weapons programme and accept our offer of negotiations or face growing isolation and the collective response not just of one nation but of all nations round the world."
Pledging to stand by Israel, Brown, like other European leaders before him, tried his hand at speaking Hebrew;
saying "If you wish it, it is no legend', and Brown received a standing ovation at the end of his speech.
Arriving back in Tehran from the failed talks with the six major powers in Geneva, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili said the Islamic Republic was interested in further talks.
Iran has been offered financial and diplomatic incentives to halt its nuclear activity.
Joanna Partridge, Reuters
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