Ynetnews.com reports: Prime Minister Netanyahu defended the state of U.S.-Israel relations at a meeting with his cabinet this morning, and said that the relationship was rock-solid.
“I want to thank President Obama, who has decided to be present at the event marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Embassy of Israel,” said Netanyahu.
“The President of the United States has not been at Israel’s Embassy for many years,” noted Israel’s prime minister. “This is further evidence that U.S.-Israel relations, despite differences of opinion that arise from time to time, are very strong and solid.”
Netanyahu also addressed statements made by many in the last few years that the US-Israel relationship collapsed over disagreements between the White House and Israel over the Iran nuclear agreement and Israel’s policies inthe West Bank.
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