Netanyahu: Alliance with the US is foundation of our national security

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May 5, 2015 19:17

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with a bipartisan US Congress delegation on Tuesday. The delegation was lead Representative Michael McCaul, the chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security.

The Prime Minister discussed the US-Israel relationship, stating "The support and the alliance with the United States is a foundation of our national security. It’s a bipartisan position. It’s also bipartisan here. I think there’s complete unanimity about the importance of the relationship with the United States."

Congressman McCaul spoke on behalf of the delegation. He said, "Today we don’t stand as Democrat, Republican; We stand as Americans in support of Israel, our strongest ally and friend in the region – a democracy, a true beacon of hope in the region."

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