Netanyahu calls for open relations with Arab states at the UN, lauds Obama and US support

September 22, 2016 19:52

After telling the UN that they would soon change their voting patterns on Israel at the world body, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu openly called Arab states "allies for security, prosperity and peace."

"I hope that in the future we will work together openly," he said.After yesterday's meeting with US President Barack Obama, Netanyahu also focused on the "unbreakable bond" between the nations.

"Our unbreakable bond with the US transcends parties and politics. It reflects, above all else, the overwhelming support of Israel among the American people, which is at record highs, and for which we are grateful."

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