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President Biden of the United States Of America has revealed that he will ratify the diplomatic channel on the Iranian nuclear program during the visit of the Prime Minister of Israel to the White House.
He made this known on Thursday morning at the white house, Mr Biden and the prime minister of Israel, Naftali Bennett, will hold a meeting in Washington this Thursday.
An official of the US Administration announced that Biden will reaffirm “the diplomatic channel” in view of “his concern about the progress” of Iran on its nuclear program.
Bennett has repeatedly stated his intention to show “a new spirit” on his first trip to the United States. “I bring from Israel a new spirit … in the face of different opinions, but they can work together in cooperation and goodwill,” Bennett said through his Twitter account.
For its part, Washington acknowledged that since the previous Administration exited the 2015 nuclear deal, “Iran’s nuclear program is accelerating dramatically.”
Likewise, they consider that the diplomatic channel “is the best way to stop the nuclear program and roll back Iran’s achievements in recent years,” although it has specified that if “that doesn’t work, there are other ways to follow.”
Before the meeting between the two leaders , Bennett held meetings with the United States Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, and the United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken.
Regarding Austin’s meeting with Bennett, the US official explained that they discussed “a series of regional, political and security issues, including ways to stop Iran’s regional aggression and its progress on the nuclear program.”
For its part, the Department of Defense released in a statement that both “discussed the wide range of threats posed by Iran’s nuclear program, support for terrorism and maritime aggression” and agreed to “cooperate in air and anti-missile defense and counter systems. unmanned aerial ”.
From the US State Department, he reported that Blinken and Bennett emphasized “the importance of the partnership between the United States and Israel” and discussed “regional security issues” , highlighting the issue of “Iran.”