Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has congratulated Biden on being elected the 46th President of the United States. He also thanked outgoing President Donald Trump for his unwavering support during his tenure. He hopes the new US administration, led by Joe Biden, will also work with Israel.
“Congratulations to Joe Biden and Orange Harris,” Netanyahu said in a Twitter post on Sunday. Which, we have had a long and warm personal relationship for almost 40 years. I know you as a great friend of Israel. I look forward to working with both of you to further strengthen the special alliance between the United States and Israel. ‘
On Twitter, Netanyahu wrote, “I thank Trump that he recognized Jerusalem and the Golan, for standing up against Iran, for the historic peace deal, and for personally raising the US-Israel alliance between Israel and me To be taken to unprecedented heights. “
The Israeli Prime Minister’s response came just hours after other world leaders congratulated the newly elected US President.
At the end of former US President Barack Obama’s term, US relations with Israel worsened. But since the Trump administration took office, relations between the two countries have improved dramatically. Out of personal interest, Trump persuaded several Muslim countries in the Middle East to establish ties with Israel. He announced that several other countries in the region, including Saudi Arabia, would recognize Israel.
Shortly after the US election, many Muslim countries were due to recognize Israel. The Trump administration expected the recognition ceremony to be held at the White House at the beginning of his new term. But in the meantime, there has been a change in power in the United States. Only time will tell what will be the vision of the new administration. Source: Reuters