Netanyahu makes his first phone call with Biden

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Joe Biden discussed continuing to push forward peace agreements in the Middle East and Iran's regional threats.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said on Wednesday evening that Netanyahu held a phone call with US President Joe Biden and described the call as “very friendly and warm and lasted nearly an hour,” which is the first call between the two presidents since Biden took office on January 20. Last year.

The two presidents spoke of their long-standing personal relationships, and said they intend to cooperate to further strengthen the alliance between Israel and the United States.

According to the statement, Netanyahu and Biden discussed continuing to advance the peace agreements, and the two discussed the Iranian threat and regional challenges, and agreed to continue the dialogue between them.

Joe Biden congratulated Netanyahu on his administration in combating the Corona epidemic and exchanged ways to deal with the pandemic.

The White House had said last Tuesday that the US President’s first contact with a leader in the region would be with Netanyahu.


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