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After talking to Biden: Netanyahu will enter into a discussion on changing the US position on the nuclear agreement

After his conversation with US President Joe Biden last night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will enter a meeting tonight (Thursday) that will deal with changing the US position on the agreement with Iran. The discussion will take place in the format of a conference call (VC), and will be attended by senior ministers, as well as senior members of the defense establishment and senior Foreign Ministry officials.

Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates Joe Biden and his deputy Kamla Harris. Photo: Roi Avraham, GPO

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations and the United States, former Minister Gilad Ardan, addressed the issue this morning, saying in an interview here Monday that “there may be disagreements between us and the US administration over the Iranian nuclear issue.”

As mentioned, Netanyahu spoke with Biden last night, about a month after he took office. In a statement issued by Netanyahu to the media, he said that “the conversation was very friendly and warm and lasted about an hour.” The Prime Minister also noted that the two leaders “noted the long-standing personal connection between them and said that they would work together to further strengthen the strong alliance between Israel and the United States.”

PM Netanyahu talks with President Biden (Photo: without credit)
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Netanyahu also said that “President Biden and Prime Minister Netanyahu discussed further advancing peace agreements, the Iranian threat and the region’s challenges and agreed to continue talks between them. The president also congratulated the prime minister on his leadership in the fight against Corona and the two exchanged views.

As you may recall, Joe Biden took office as president on January 20, and has since spoken with many world leaders but not with Netanyahu, which has raised eyebrows among many in the political and media system. However, when asked about this, Netanyahu replied that this fact does not obscure him. Today, in an interview with Gali Tzahal, he said that “we have friendly ties. Joe Biden has known me for nearly 40 years. I came to the Axis in Washington as a young Israeli, he was a young American and we had a friendly relationship over the years. “

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