Netanyahu: Will discuss Middle East, Palestinians and Israel's security with Obama

November 8, 2015 10:39


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 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the cabinet meeting on Sunday that his upcoming meeting with US President Barack Obama will tackle recent developments in the Middle East, Israel-Palestinian relations, and the strengthening of Israel's security.

The strengthening of Israel's security, he said, "is something that the US is always committed to, while maintaining the State of Israel's comparative advantage in the face of a changing Middle East."

"I believe that this meeting is important in order to clarify the progress of American aid to Israel over the next decade, it will be another step in realizing an understanding in this direction," the prime minister said.     

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