During a future visit to Israel, US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will have the opportunity to speak with Prime Minister Netanyahu. Israel is vehemently opposed to the US’s efforts to revitalize the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which Sullivan told reporters the US had “put aside” for other urgent problems.
Sullivan and the U.S. are currently in Mexico. President Joe Biden did not specify a time frame for his next trip to Israel.
According to a National Security Council spokesman, the dates have not yet been decided.
Sullivan told reporters that the nuclear accord would be a significant topic of conversation when I visited Israel.
“We’ll have the chance to have a serious discussion about the threat posed by Iran with the new Israeli government. And I believe that we have the same core goals. And just like we have done over the previous two years, we will work through disagreements over methods.
The US is concerned about Iran’s role in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and that Iran is supplying attack drones to the front lines.
The time has come for Israel and the United States to be on the same page, and Netanyahu stated that he expected to discuss this with President Biden and his staff.
There is more excellent agreement than ever on this issue right now.