>> Benjamin Netanyahu has one item on his agenda as he tours Europe this week, and that's Iran. The Israeli prime minister wants European capitals to follow his close ally Donald Trump's lead and tear up the 2015 nuclear agreement. In Germany Monday, Netanyahu prodded a weak spot for Berlin.
>> We have some disagreement.>> Warning Chancellor Angela Merkel that Iran would drive another wave of refugees into Europe, three years after the influx of more than a million migrants. Merkel's open-door policy back then caused deep rifts in Germany and shook her leadership. Netanyahu also said Iran was using proceeds from eased sanctions to finance conflict in the Middle East.
Iran's supports President Bashar al-Assad in Syria's civil war and wields influence in Iraq and other countries.>>
> But Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Monday he had ordered preparations to boost uranium enrichment capacity if the nuclear deal falls apart.>>
They're scrambling to save the Iran deal, trying to ring-fence trade with Tehran to dissuade it from quitting.>>
>> Iran curbed that capacity under the deal.
In return, international sanctions were lifted.