Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told BBC Persian Thursday that he wanted to see "a diplomatic solution to end Iran's quest for nuclear weapons. But I want to see a real solution that would involve completely dismantling Iran’s ability to make nuclear weapons – not a fake one." For civilian energy, “you don’t need enrichment,” he said. “Uranium enrichment is necessary only if you want nuclear weapons." Netanyahu went on to say, "If they get nuclear weapons this brutal regime will be immortal, like North Korea. It will go on repressing the people of Iran, who deserve better. They are a great people."