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Assessment: There is a high chance that Netanyahu will address the Congress Israel today


Sources on Capitol Hill claim that the opposition to the move is not that great, and many even support • The move will only be made with Biden's approval • Assessment: Netanyahu will visit Washington in February - and meet with the President

Prime Minister Netanyahu will accept an invitation to address both houses of the US Congress, only if President Joe Biden approves such an invitation. This is what a political source says, following the publication in "Israel Hayom" that on Capitol Hill there is an intention to invite Netanyahu to speak again soon Speech at a joint session of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

At this point, there is no final summary nor a date for the event, if it will take place.

Capitol Hill officials told Israel Hayom that there are enough people who want to hear Netanyahu again, while those who oppose him are not strong enough to thwart such an invitation.

So the chances that the initiative will come to fruition are quite high.

It should be noted that if Netanyahu is indeed invited, he will be the first foreign leader in history to give a speech four times in such a capacity.

Meanwhile, those around Netanyahu estimate that he will visit Washington in late February or early March, where he will meet with US President Joe Biden. Even before that, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is expected to arrive in Israel in the coming weeks, with the aim of handing Netanyahu an invitation Officially to meet with Biden and coordinate with him the contents of the visit.

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Source: israelhayom

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