Former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan last night (Tuesday) at the White House.
The former prime minister conveyed a message of support to the new government in the ears of the American official, saying that a chance should be given despite the headlines in Israel.
Bennett said these things in the face of concerns among senior government officials about the composition of the government and the association of very right-wing ministers among its members.
Bennett and Sullivan (archive), photo: Haim Tzach / L.A.M
Sullivan, photo: AFP
Also, Bennett thanked Sullivan for President Biden's support for Israel, and especially for not returning to the nuclear agreement with Iran, and for listening to Jerusalem's position on this issue.
Former Prime Minister Bennett said: "The government led by me maintained good and warm relations with the USA while standing up for the interests of the State of Israel.
I hope this thing continues.
The two countries must maintain and strengthen their relationship, regardless of the political fluctuations.
Israel is facing great challenges and we also have great opportunities in the regional context, and I hope that the good relationship with the US will be maintained."
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