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Biden’s security advisor will travel to Israel and reunite with Netanyahu

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El National Security Councilor of the White House, Jake Sullivanwill visit Israel in June and in the United States to reunite with the country’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and discuss the advance of the war against Hamás in Gaza.

This trip was announced after the president of United States, Joe Bidenconfirm that Israel is losing support due to its bombs in the Gaza Strip and call upon Israel’s first minister, Benjamin Netanyahu what changes in government.

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Jake Sullivan, National Security Council of the White House. Photo: AFP

Sullivan will hold a meeting with Netanyahu, his war cabinet and the president of Israel, Isaac HerzogTo appease the latest incidents that have occurred in Israel and Gaza, the spokesperson of the National Security Council announced in a press release.

La Casa Blanca reported that the trip is aimed at “discussing the latest news in Israel and Gaza”. The announcement contains the place where it is located UN General Assembly calls for an immediate “high human fire” in Gaza, in a no-binding text delivered on the night of Tuesday.

Reunion between Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: X

Biden stopped against Netanyahu

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, announced this Tuesday that Israel is losing its support to the bombers of the Gaza Strip who have lost more than 18 million deaths, as he thought that the first Israeli minister, Benjamin Netanyahuhe must change the government of the coalition, where he has the right to be a partner, so as not to seek the solution of the two states to the conflict of the Near East.

The previous one deals with the harshest declarations that have made Joe Biden over two months of conflict between Israel and Palestine. It should be noted that the North American government was the only member of the Security Council who voted last week against a resolution that called for a high level of fire in the Gaza war, a measure that did not rise ahead due to the veto power that states hold United in the organism.

With agency information

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