"We are doing everything necessary", said Netanyahu, as he inspected Israel's Iron Dome aerial defence system.
A deleted tweet from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ignited fresh fears about his position on Iran, after his official Twitter account provided an English translation of his remarks to reporters on Wednesday while attending an American-led summit about the Middle East hosted in Warsaw, Poland.
A US -sponsored Middle East conference aimed at building a coalition against what Washington sees as the threat posed by Iran also produced signs of a warming of ties between Israel and some Arab countries on Wednesday. It referred to a meeting between Netanyahu and Oman's foreign affairs minister Yusuf bin Alawi.
Despite the large showing, a number of high-profile countries did not send their top representatives amid ongoing tension between the USA and Europe over Trump's decision to withdraw from a 2015 nuclear deal with the Iranian government.
Netanyahu considers Iran to be Israel's greatest threat, citing its calls for Israel's destruction, its nuclear program and support for militant groups across the region.More news: How accused sexual abuser Ryan Adams belittled ex wife Mandy Moore
Oman hosted the Israeli leader in October and several high-ranking Israeli ministers have also made visits to countries in the Gulf over the past year.
Israel has been increasingly open about carrying out air strikes in Syria with an election looming in April.
While in Warsaw, Netanyahu was also expected to meet with US Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as well as Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. "Now we say, this is a new era, for the future".
The United States and Poland kicked off an worldwide conference on the Middle East on Wednesday.
Before broadening the agenda, the U.S. initially told allies the meeting would focus on Iran, a bête noire for national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, both of whom have advocated for regime change in Tehran in the past.More news: Pregnant Jessica Simpson jokes about broken toilet seat in photo
Iran was not invited, nor will the Palestinians have any representation at the summit.
"Iran isn't behaving like a normal country".
The meeting, which took place on the sidelines of a Warsaw-hosted, US -sponsored worldwide conference on the Middle East, was lauded by each of the two sides.
Hosting the meeting is a chance for Poland's conservative government to bolster ties with Washington at a time when it is increasingly isolated within the European Union amid a dispute over its adherence to rule-of-law standards. Pence and Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz were also scheduled to speak.
Netanyahu says he doesn't think the Trump administration's "Deal of the Century" peace plan will be discussed.More news: Marco Asensio hands real Real Madrid victory over Ajax after VAR reprieve