Commenting on the speech, Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett, reporting from Jerusalem, said: "It is clear that both he [Bolton] and Israeli prime minister and Israeli government are nearly in lockstep in their view on the "Iran problem", as Netanyahu continues to outline it". So we will discuss what role they (the Russians) can play there.
Echoing Israel's position, he said the nuclear deal had allowed Tehran to finance militant activity in the region due to the lifting of sanctions.
USA sanctions dusted off this month targeted Iran's auto industry, trade in gold and other precious metals, and purchases of US dollars crucial to worldwide financing and investment and trade relations.
The first wave of USA sanctions suspended under the Iran nuclear deal snapped back into place early this month.
At the beginning of August Iran finalized the creation of a land bridge which stretches from the Iranian border in the Nineve province, Iraq, via Syria all the way up to the Israeli border on the Golan Heights.
Inbound Australian PM Scott Morrison gives his first address
But Dutton's campaign backfired when he lost the second contest to Turnbull's treasurer Scott Morrison by five votes. Treasurer of Australia Scott Morrison arrives for a party meeting in Canberra, Australia August 24, 2018.
Syria has been gripped by civil war since March 2011.
"Our objective is that all Iranian forces return to Iran".
After a five-hour meeting in Geneva with Putin adviser Nikolai Patrushev, Bolton said that US options include extending the 2010 New Start accord negotiated by President Barack Obama, renegotiating it or returning to the agreement it replaced - the one-page Moscow Treaty signed in 2002 by President George W. Bush.
"It's far from easy to achieve", adds Bolton.
"Now I don't know that that's right either, but it's certainly one of the subjects that I'll be discussing with my Russian counterpart in Geneva tomorrow". "We have never started a war and they will not confront Iran militarily", he said.
However, in describing United States objectives in Syria, Bolton said nothing about the Geneva talks. Bolton noted that the demonstrations against the regime don't appear to be coordinated, but rather "just regular people saying they are fed up with the government". "I think that's what the two presidents had in mind for us, and hopefully they'll agree with our assessment that in fact we did make progress", he said.
His comments followed a joint statement by the United States, France and Britain on Tuesday that issued a similar warning.