Obama to meet Israel's Netanyahu Wednesday in New York: White House

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"President Obama will have a pull-aside with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday, September 19". The support for Israel in the United States is stronger than ever.

"These are distortions and fabrications of interested parties", Netanyahu said.

"This agreement was a reflection of the longstanding strategic alliance between Israel and the United States, and I think it goes above and beyond the people who are at the top of both countries' governments", said Shay, also a former deputy head of Israel's National Security Council. "I want to make it clear: We've never been offered more". "I would like to clarify - we couldn't have gotten more - not even another dollar". Speaking at the start of a cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said the deal was the "largest assistance agreement that the USA has ever provided to any country in its history".

"This is an agreement that will greatly strengthen the security of Israel, and we should all welcome it and express our appreciation to the United States". The memorandum increased assistance for Israel over the deal signed in 2007 under the George W. Bush administration, which guaranteed Israel $31 billion by 2017. -China relations and North Korea.

An Israeli F-15 E fighter jet takes off during an air show
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Last Wednesday, the two allies signed a military aid agreement, which is expected to give Israel as much as $38 billion a year over 10 years.

The meeting, confirmed by unnamed American government officials, will take place on Wednesday at the hotel where Obama will be staying in New York, Israel's Channel 2 reported on Sunday afternoon. I don't know that alternate future.

North Korea fired three ballistic missiles on September 5 towards the Sea of Japan, drawing widespread criticism with the United Nations security council strongly threatening "further significant measures" if the Pyongyang regime continued its missile and nuclear weapons development work. "Atmosphere can affect results - maybe", the unnamed official, said to be familiar with the negotiations, told the Israeli English news website.

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