In his letter, Irwani drew the attention of the Security Council to the warning and serious threat made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to use nuclear weapons against Iran, stressing that the severity of such a threat will cause a great shock to the international community, especially when it is launched from a prestigious platform such as the United Nations General Assembly, as it is the main pillar of the United Nations and represents all member states. "The use or even the mere threat of use of nuclear weapons, regardless of the circumstances, by anyone, anytime and anywhere, is a flagrant violation of international laws, in particular Article 2, Article 4 of the Charter of the United Nations," the letter said. The Iranian ambassador demanded "a strong response from the international community on a broad level, with the United Nations Security Council bearing a special responsibility to condemn the reckless and dangerous statements of the Israeli entity firmly and clearly." Earlier today, Iran called on "the international community to condemn what it described as the 'nuclear threat' launched by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations General Assembly." The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran accused last Monday, "Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of directing a real nuclear threat to Iran."The head of the Atomic Organization of Iran, Mohammad Eslami, said in a speech to the 67th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency, that "Iran reserves the right to respond to Israeli threats," criticizing the international silence towards repeated Israeli threats, according to the Iranian agency "Tasnim." His speech to the United Nations General Assembly, last Friday, of "the danger posed by Iran," stressing that "as long as I am the head of the government of Israel, I will do everything in my power to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon." The IRGC stressed last Sunday that "the enemy cannot even imagine aggression against Iranian territory and interests Ramadan." Israel opposes indirect negotiations between Tehran and Washington aimed at returning to the 2015 nuclear deal, which it withdrew from with the United States in 2018.