Netanyahu invited to United States international conference on Iran influence

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 11, 2019 23:09
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was invited to participate in the international conference focusing on Iran's regional influence in the Middle East, Israeli news reported Friday evening.

An Israeli source said that Netanyahu, who tentatively accepted the invitation two weeks ago, had not yet decided whether to take part.

Foreign ministers from dozens of countries including Arab countries such as Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and other countries were also invited to the conference.

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