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‘Israeli’ Bennett Expects to Meet Biden Soon to Discuss Iran
By Staff, Agencies
The Zionist entity’s so-called Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Wednesday he expects to discuss Iran with US President Joe Biden in Washington toward the end of August, although the White House has not yet extended an official invitation to Bennett.
"We're expected to arrive at the end of August ... for an important meeting with President Biden that will focus on Iran," Bennett said at a news conference.
"We will come very focused with a policy of partnership that aims to curb Iran's destabilizing, negative regional activity, its human rights abuses, terrorism and preventing its nearing nuclear breakout."
Talks between Tehran and six world powers to revive the nuclear pact ditched three years ago by then US President Donald Trump have stalled since they began in April.
The Zionist entity is wary of the deal being revived. It claims a nuclear-armed Iran is an existential threat although Teheran denies time and again seeking the bomb as it is forbidden by Islamic law.
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