US, Israel Consider Holding Regional Forum During Joe Biden’s Visit to Jerusalem

It has not been specified in which country this conference will be held in case it does take place.

The United States and Israel are considering holding a forum of regional leaders during the US president’s visit to Jerusalem in late June, it was reported on Tuesday. WallaNews.

The idea of ​​a summit involving Joe Biden, Naftali Bennett and at least one Arab leader was mooted during the meeting between Israeli national security adviser Eyal Hulata and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan in April, said the news site said, citing two Israeli officials.

The proposal is still in its early stages, and it has not been indicated whether this conference will be held in Israel or another country in the region if it does take place.

The aim, however, would be to build on the Negev summit held at the end of March between the foreign ministers of Israel, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Egypt in Sde Boker for the very first regional gathering of its kind.

According to WallaNewsJoe Biden’s visit to Jerusalem – his first in the Middle East as president – will last only 24 to 36 hours.

The White House declined to comment on the report.

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