Netanyahu rejects speculation of pending collapse of US-Israel ties

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March 6, 2016 12:02

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday morning rejected speculation that relations between Israel and the United States are on the verge of collapse, pointing toward US Vice President Joe Biden's upcoming visit as a reflection of the two nation's strong ties.

Netanyahu added that relations remain strong on all fronts, and that Israel and the US stand in solidarity to face challenges in the Middle East.

"There are those who predict the collapse of these relations - it is not so," he said at the weekly cabinet meeting.

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