Among the many issues addressed by NATO heads, which met in Brussels yesterday, also starred the new government formed in Israel. Senior members of the Turkish delegation, which accompanied President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who attended the summit, said it was time to “try to restore relations with Israel”.
The president of the United States also had high expectations of the new government, with a number of sources adding that now Joe Biden will be able to “express his support for Israel without hesitation.”
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves LeDrian, who sent a letter of congratulations to the new government, told Maariv that he hoped to arrive in Israel soon, “in order to try to promote an initiative to resume negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians based on a two-state solution.” .
Meanwhile, heads of state have expressed relief at Biden’s commitment to advance NATO’s confrontation with Russia and China, which has been described as a “security and economic challenge.” Jens Stoltenberg, announced that relations between Russia and the West have reached their greatest low “since the end of the Cold War”.
Regarding the nuclear issue, the leaders reiterated that “Iran must not have nuclear weapons”, adding that a return to the agreement should lead to a discussion on the “ballistic missiles and Tehran subversion in the region”.