On a visit to Berlin, Mr Netanyahu called on the International Atomic Energy Agency to investigate his claims to have discovered proof of Iran's efforts to build a nuclear weapon.
Ali Akbar Salehi, director of Iran's atomic program and a vice president, also confirmed that his country had started working on advanced centrifuges at its Natanz facility.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, yesterday began a three-tour of Europe with the aim of convincing the signoratories to back out of the accord and support his push for tighter measures on Tehran.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had ordered the increase in capacity in a speech Monday, in which he vowed that Iran would preserve its nuclear program despite the US withdrawal from the landmark 2015 accord.
Iranian authorities have said that if the European countries failed to keep the pact alive, Tehran had several options, including resuming its 20 per cent uranium enrichment.
The vote came after Iran and the P5+1 group of countries signed a nuclear agreement in 2015.
Salehi said the latest nuclear activities would remain within the framework of the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and global powers.
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The deal allows Iran to continue 3.67 per cent uranium enrichment, far below the roughly 90 per cent threshold of weapons-grade material.
In case European, Russian and Chinese signatories to the deal prove unable to protect its economic benefits for Iran, Khamenei said, "I have ordered Iran's atomic energy agency to be prepared to upgrade our (uranium) enrichment capacity". Apart from the United States and Iran, the UK, Russia, France, China and Germany had also signed the accord.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with French leaders Tuesday in Paris as he continues efforts to persuade European leaders to alter the global nuclear agreement with Iran.
In exchange, the country received relief from crippling sanctions, most of which were lifted in January 2016. He asked them to "make up" for the Iranian losses brought on by the USA withdrawal if they want to save the deal.
It also says the time limits on the accord do not guarantee Iran will not eventually obtain nuclear weapons, while it also wants to see restrictions on Iranian missile development.
It is doing so in Syria, in Yemen and other places", the Israeli prime minister said, adding that in Syria, Iran was trying to place its forces "with the explicit goal of...