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“We all need to and can unite around the idea that we want to expand and deepen the circle of peace, and we all need and can unite around the basic principle that Israel has the right to defend itself,” said Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid.
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The visit to Washington comes as the United States appears ready to restart indirect talks in Vienna regarding the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
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It was the first live meeting of the U.S.-Israeli Strategic Consultative Group, a forum for interagency delegations representing defense, military, intelligence and diplomatic officials from both countries.
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Bennett thanked Howard Kohr for the organization’s “steadfast support for the State of Israel,” saying he views the organization’s activities as “a leading and integral factor in strengthening Israel’s standing in the United States.”
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Michael Herzog had a lengthy career in the Israel Defense Forces and was involved in prior peace talks with the Palestinians.
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Among topics of regional concern was the recent attack on the “Mercer Street” oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman.
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Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi presented Israeli assessments on Iran’s nuclear program and regional entrenchment in the Middle East.
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The defense minister shares Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Benjamin’s grave concern over the emerging Iran nuclear deal, though believes that strategic dialogue, as opposed to a more defiant posture, is the way forward with Israel’s greatest ally.
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Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz will hold “a strategic dialogue on the emerging agreement with Iran, safeguarding Israel’s defense superiority and the stability of the Middle East,” said a statement.
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