USA: 'I say it can happen' — Trump optimistic on Israeli-Palestinian peace ahead of UNGA debates

SOT, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister: «Mr President, it’s great to see you again. I want to say that under your leadership the alliance between America and Israel has never been stronger, never been deeper. I can say this in ways that people see and in ways that they don’t see, so I want to thank you for that. Equally I look forward to discussing with you how we can address together... Еще what you rightly call the terrible nuclear deal with Iran and how to roll back Iran’s growing aggression in the region, especially in Syria. As you said, we will discuss the way we can seize the opportunity for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, and between Israel and the Arab world. I think these things go together and we look forward to talking about how we can advance both. Finally, we’re going to be speaking tomorrow at the UN and I want to say that under President Trump, America’s position towards Israel and the UN has been unequivocal, it’s been strong, it’s got both clarity and conviction and I want to thank you on behalf of the people of Israel and Israel’s many friends around the world. Thank you, Mr President. And also, as you well know this is the Jewish New Year this week, so I want to wish you, the Jewish community of America, Jews everywhere, people everywhere, shana tova, happy, healthy new year. Thank you Mr President.» Journalist (English): «Mr President, do you plan to stay in the Iranian nuclear deal?» Donald Trump, President of the United States (English): «You'll see very soon.» US President Donald Trump expressed optimism that there would be peace between Israelis and Palestinians during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahuat New York City’s Palace Hotel, Monday, ahead of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) debates. According to Trump, there is a «good chance» that peace can be achieved between the warring sides and it was something the Trump administration «would like to see». He went on to say «historically people say it can’t happen, I say it can happen.» Netanyahu focussed on the Iran nuclear deal, which he labelled as «terrible». He highlighted that something must be done to curb Iran's perceived aggression in the region, particularly in Syria. Netanyahu concluded his statement by wishing Jewish communities in America and around the world a happy Jewish new year.
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