PM: Obama's visit to focus on Iran, Syria, peace process

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February 10, 2013 12:29

 
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US President Barack Obama's visit it important to underline strong US-Israel ties "at a time of a raging regional storm," Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting.

He said that he and his US counterpart had agreed to focus on three central issues: the Iranian threat; the Syria crisis and its ramifications on Israeli and US security; and the Israel-Palestinian peace process.

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