Donald Trump tells Netanyahu: Iran must never have nuclear weapons
- Author: Zachary Reyes May 25, 2017,
May 25, 2017, 19:07
U.S. President Donald Trump, right, and first lady Melania Trump wave as they board Air Force One for Israel, the next stop in Trump's global tour, at King Khalid worldwide Airport, Monday, May 22, 2017, in Riyadh. "So you have another story wrong", he said.
A White House official said the deal will work to increase Saudi Arabia's defense capabilities, bolstering equipment and services in the face of extremist terrorist groups and Iran. He said that if Christians, Muslims and Jews join forces, "peace in this world is possible, including peace between Israel and the Palestinians".
US policy doesn't hold that the city is part of Israel, but the White House put "Jerusalem, Israel", on its website Monday, without offering an explanation. Tillerson referred to the visit as "a moment in time" and suggested that the USA would take a more active role in the future in brokering a deal if both sides make serious commitments.
Palestinians protesters burning an effigy of Donald Trump.
Asked about the possibility of direct talks with the USA over the mutual issues, the Iranian President said that "we are waiting for the U.S. new administration to settle, so that we could have accurate view about the ruling group in Washington".
The US stance against Iran is "deceptive and destructive" and attempts to undermine the sovereignty of the regional states besides supporting Israel, Qasemi said. We believe you're willing.
And Trump made one symbolic gesture Monday in bridging the gap between Israel and the Arab world.
Saudi Arabia doesn't recognize Israel and the two states don't have diplomatic relations.
A plane carrying reporters accompanying Trump had to stop in Cyprus rather than fly directly. 'The central power of a nation is its national determination and this will manifest itself in its presence in the country's elections and in casting its votes at the polls, ' told the Persian ruler to more than 300 Iranian and foreign journalists accredited in this capital. Iranian-backed forces have been fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq and support the government of President Bashar Assad in its battle against Sunni fighters in Syria.
Trump is seeking to ease concerns that his policies wouldn't be as beneficial to Israel as once believed.
While Israeli officials cheered Trump's election, some are now wary of the tougher line he has taken on settlements: urging restraint but not calling for a full halt to construction.
US President Donald Trump and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
All of that should come as no surprise, given whom Melania is married to.