Blue and White leader Benny Gantz took off for Washington on Sunday morning for a meeting with US President Donald Trump regarding his long-awaited peace plan for the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Gantz will meet with Trump on Monday morning in the White House to discuss details of the plan, which is expected to be released in the coming days. The meeting will be closed to the press. Following his meeting with the president, Gantz will immediately fly back to Israel to be present during hearings in the Knesset on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's request for immunity from prosecution.“We are in the critical hour of designating the national and security border of the State of Israel," Gantz said in a speech on Saturday night before he headed out to the US capitol. "That is why I responded to his invitation to meet with him personally as the head of the largest party in Israel."Accompanying Gantz on his trip is Maj.-Gen. (Res.) Amir Eshel, a former Israeli Air Force commander who has been serving over recent months in an advisory capacity to the Blue and White leader on the American peace plan and as a liaison to the American government on his behalf. Also accompanying Gantz is Dr. Yoram Turbowitz, a member of Blue and White’s strategic team, along with Maayan Cohen Yisraeli, his chief of staff. The White House will distribute documentation of the meeting at its close.