A delegation of 25 American officials are set to arrive in Israel on Thursday to lay the groundwork ahead of President Trump’s expected visit to Israel in May. The date of May 21 surfacing in social media.
Trump is expected to arrive with his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, but question marks remain over whether he will be joined by First Lady Melania Trump.
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Delegation members will tour and examine several locations which could be included in the president’s itinerary upon his arrival.
First meeting set at the Foreign Ministry to coordinate the details of the visit, after which they will hold meetings at the President’s Residence and the Prime Minister’s Office.
While the visit has not yet been officially confirmed, moves to bring it to fruition are already in their advanced stages.
The visit would carry particular significance for Israel since it would make it among the first on Trump’s destination list since entering the White House. Moreover, it could also be the first state he visits in a wider tour of the Middle East.
By Ynet News