Trump discussed with Netanyahu the agreement on mutual defense of US and Israel

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — US President Donald Trump said he is discussing with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the possibility of signing an agreement on mutual defense of the United States and Israel.

“Today I spoke by telephone with Prime Minister Netanyahu and discussed the possibility of progress on the issue of a mutual defense agreement between the United States and Israel. This agreement will further strengthen a strong alliance between the two countries. I look forward to continuing these discussions after the elections in Israel, when we meet in UN later this month! ” – Trump wrote on Twitter.

The Knesset elections will be held on September 17, the Netanyahu Likud party is fighting to get the opportunity, as before, to form a coalition government.

Trump intends to attend the UN General Assembly, which will be held in New York on the 20th of September.


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