U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to deliver a foreign policy plan late Sunday where he is expected to side with Israel and "respect" any actions taken by Israel to control Nuclear Development in Iran.
During a morning briefing in Israel, Romney's foreign policy advisor, Dan Senor, said "If Israel has to take action on its own, in order to stop Iran from developing that capability the governor would respect that decision," CNN said.
On Sunday morning Romney discussed his concerns about Iran with Israeli Prime MInister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is also a close friend of Romney, BBC News said.
Romney expressed his worries on Nuclear development in Iran saying "The threat it would pose to Israel, the region and the world is incomparable and unacceptable," BBC News reported.
The GOP's candidate's campaign released excerpts of the speech making it clear that Romney will fully support Israel in whatever future actions that take against Iran.
"My message to the people of Israel and the leaders of Iran is one and the same: I will not look away, and neither will my country," Romney is expected to say, CNN reported.