Joe Biden Met Israel Pm Lapid In Israel To Prevent Iran From Becoming Nuclear – Biden Israel Visit
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US President Joe Biden discussed Iran’s rapidly growing nuclear program with Israeli PM Yair Lapid. The Israeli leader vowed not to allow Iran to be atom-rich. Before leaving for a tour of Saudi Arabia on Friday, Biden insisted on the unification of the region from Lapid. Biden will also sign a joint declaration here emphasizing military cooperation and a commitment to stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
The shared resolution between Biden and Lapid to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons will be a key action in the long-running disputes between the US and allies over world diplomacy. Biden said he was open to a force of last resort against Iran, but the military threat needed to accommodate Israel’s call on world powers. On the other hand, Biden is going to visit Saudi Arabia on Friday. Here too, Biden will support Riyadh’s concerns about Iran.
Tensions will increase with Iran
These steps are expected to increase tensions between Iran and the US and allies. One US official said, “I think in the joint declaration Iran will never be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons.” Tehran has yet to comment on Biden’s visit.
Biden hugs Israeli PM keeping Kovid rules aside
Tel Aviv. US President Joe Biden, breaking the limits of Kovid-19 upon reaching Israel, met Prime Minister Yair Lapid with a hug and also shook hands with former PM Benjamin Netanyahu. While the White House had said that Biden would maintain social distance on the West Asian tour.
Here President Biden was greeted with ‘feast bumps’ when he got off the plane, and soon after that he hugged Israeli PM Yair Lapid and held his hand for a while. Later he shook hands with the former PM. Ahead of Biden’s Saudi visit, questions are once again being raised about close contacts. There are also many questions about whether Biden will shake hands with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as US intelligence officials claimed he may have allowed a critic to be killed.