Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says a lifting of restrictions on Iran's nuclear program must be linked to a change in Iran's behavior. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu outlined part of what he calls a 'better deal' for curbing Iran's nuclear program on Sunday (March 8). "The better deal is to increase the breakout time, to limit Iran's infrastructure. And secondly, to condition the lifting, link the lifting of restrictions of Iran's nuclear program in the future to a change in Iran's behavior," Netanyahu said on the CBS News Program Face the Nation. Iran and international negotiators have set deadlines of late March to reach a framework agreement and June for a comprehensive final settlement to curb Iran's nuclear program to ensure it cannot develop an atomic bomb. In exchange, Iran wants crippling economic sanctions to be lifted.