Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett is currently in the United States, the first time US President Joe Biden has visited the White House.
The visit will be overshadowed by the crisis in Afghanistan, but at least both will talk about Palestine and Iran. The United States has been lending to Israel as a key pillar, thick and thin, and both leaders want to show that it will remain so. This is Bennett’s first visit to President Biden. Bennett will stay in the United States for two days.
They emphasize the “unwavering commitment of the United States to Israel’s security.” However, Biden has already pointed out that the United States generally wants to move forward with its military withdrawal from the Middle East. The United States was defeated in the war in Afghanistan, the invasion of Iraq and the civil war in Syria, and other powers are benefiting from it.
According to the Israeli media, the painful conversation was about China’s rise in the region and the growing trade between Israel and China (worth 15 15 billion last year, for example). The U.S. has long been annoyed that high-quality U.S. technology is coming to China via Israel, and he may threaten to speak to his guest.
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