President of the United States Joe Biden is in Israel on an official visit where he met privately with Israel’s Prime Minister Yair Lapid. During the meeting, the issue of Iran was a central topic. At the same time, Israel’s Government Press Office (GPO) is reporting that millions of people around the world, including in Arab countries, seem to be engrossed by the President’s visit.
At their meeting, Yair Lapid President Joe Biden welcomed the “warm and independent” relations between Israel and the United States. The two leaders held a conference call with the leaders of India and the UAE.
The leaders welcomed the two joint declarations between the countries. First and foremost, the Jerusalem Declaration is to be signed today, as well as the joint declaration on strategic cooperation in the field of advanced technologies. They also welcomed the forthcoming meeting of the I2U2 Leaders Forum.
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Prime Minister Lapid, President Biden and the teams discussed at length the regional issues, led by Iran and the nuclear deal. Prime Minister Lapid thanked President Joe Biden for his decision not to remove the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps IRGC from America’s Foreign Terrorist Organizations list.
This decision was a big deal for Israel which had lobbied hard against it when word was first leaked that such a move was under consideration. Israeli officials released information showing
The Prime Minister also emphasized his opposition to the return to the Nuclear Agreement (JCPOA) and the need to increase pressure on Iran in order to return to the negotiating table to discuss an alternative agreement.
One issue that both Israel’s outgoing coalition government and its opposition led by Likud’s Benjamin Netanyahu seem to be able to agree on is the threat of a nuclear Iran. The government of Israel has been lobbying world governments not to agree to a new deal with Iran that would loosen the sanctions on the country or make it easier for Iran to develop nuclear weapons. World leaders have been conducting ongoing negotiations with Iran on the matter.
In addition, Prime Minister Lapid and President Biden exchanged views on the Palestinian issue. The Prime Minister presented Israel’s actions to improve the Palestinian fabric of life in various areas.
In addition, the leaders instructed the professional echelon to complete the visa waiver process as soon as possible.
The Israeli side was attended by the head of the staff, Danny Wesley, the head of the National Security Council and the
Meanwhile, both Israelis and the world seem to be enthralled by the President’s visit.
Israel’s GPO reported that its live online broadcast of President Jere Boden’s arrival in Israel received tens of millions of views, and network broadcast also getting millions of viewers. The GPO further reported that the peak of viewing was recorded in the United States with over 15 million views on major television networks, including the social networks of major news outlets.
In Israel, the GPO has set up a dedicated mine site dedicated entirely to the visit of the American president, in which more than 60,000 live views were recorded Wednesday night, including many viewers from Arab countries like Jordan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Iraq and even one viewer from Iran.