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US National Security Advisor (NSC) Jake Sullivan spoke by phone yesterday with Israeli national security adviser Meir Ben Shabbat, the White House reported in a statement released Jan. 24 with a statement from the door. word from NSC Emily Horne about this interview.
“Sullivan reaffirmed President Biden’s unwavering commitment to Israel’s security and expressed his gratitude for Ben Shabbat’s contributions to our bilateral partnership,” can we read in this statement.
“They discussed the possibilities of strengthening the partnership in the coming months, notably by building on the success of the standardization agreements concluded by Israel with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco”, added the NSC spokesperson.
“Sullivan confirmed that the United States will consult closely with Israel on all matters of regional security. He also invited to start a short-term strategic dialogue to continue the substantive discussions ”, concluded the White House statement.
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