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PRESIDENT Joe Biden said Thursday that he supports the Abraham Accords — pushed by the Trump administration — to integrate Israel into the Middle East more effectively. The signing of the accords was a historical event.
“We will also continue building on the Abraham Accords, which I strongly support because they deepen, they deepen Israel’s integration into the broader region and establish lasting ties for business, cooperation and tourism,” Biden said during a press conference reported by The Hill, in Jerusalem.
According to The Hill, the president also indicated that he will travel this Friday from Israel to his meetings in Saudi Arabia, “which is seen as a strong signal of progress on relations between the kingdom and Israel.” “Tomorrow, I’ll be the first American president to fly from Israel directly to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. That represents important progress,” Biden said.
US support for Israel, according to Biden
EFE news agency also reported that the president expressed his support for Israel. Biden said that the Americans are committed to being genuine allies of the Israeli state and stressed that this support goes beyond who the president of the United States is.
Williams Perdomo es periodista y escritor, especializado en las fuentes Política y Cultura.