Obama to call Netanyahu about Iran deal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 3, 2015 01:36

 
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US President Barack Obama said he will call Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later in the day in order to reassure the "steadfast" US support for Israel's security, French news agency AFP reported Friday.

The announcement came just hours after the landmark agreement on an Iranian nuclear deal outline.

"There is no daylight when it comes to our support for Israel's security and our concerns about Iran's destabilizing policies and threats towards Israel," said Obama.

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