Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address the nation in Israel on Monday, reportedly to tell of “dramatic news” about Iran’s nuclear program. “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will make a statement on a significant development regarding the nuclear agreement with Iran,” a statement issued his office read; the speech is set to begin at 1 p.m. ET. Israeli National Security Council chief Meir Ben Shabbat will reportedly call the U.K. and France “to update them about developments with the Iranian nuclear program.” According to The Jerusalem Post, Prime Minister will not address the apparent airstrikes the country conducted in Syria over the weekend. Newly minted U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Netanyahu on Sunday.