Netanyahu flies to Washington to sign deals as Israeli lockdown looms
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping to redirect the Israeli public’s attention from a recently announced three-week lockdown to a White House ceremony formalising recent diplomatic breakthroughs with two Arab states. Hosted by his close ally Donald Trump, Netanyahu will on Tuesday sign agreements with...
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