White House: Netanyahu visit demonstrates 'deep, enduring' US-Israel ties

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February 13, 2014 07:12

 
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The White House on Wednesdasy confirmed the announcement of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's impending trip to the US slated for March 3, praising it as a demonstration of the "deep and enduring bonds" between the US and Israel.

"The President [Barack Obama]looks forward to discussing with the Prime Minister progress in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, developments in Iran, and other regional priorities," the White House said in a statement.

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