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Netanyahu asks Biden to “Reinforce the Alliance” between Israel and the US

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday called on new US President Joe Biden to “strengthen the alliance” between Israel and the United States to face “common challenges” such as the Iranian “threat.”

“I look forward to working with you to strengthen the US / Israel alliance, to continue to extend peace between Israel and the Arab world and to address common challenges, starting with the threat posed by Iran,” Netanyahu declared in a congratulatory video.

Netanyahu liked to repeat that Trump was the “best friend” that the Hebrew state had to date in the White House, but on Wednesday he also recalled “a close friendship of several decades” with Democrat Joe Biden.


Under Trump’s leadership, the United States recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a decision that previous leaders had frozen for decades.

Washington also unilaterally withdrew from the international agreement on the Iranian nuclear program under President Trump, a gesture applauded by the Israeli government.

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