A deleted tweet from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ignited fresh fears about his position on Iran, after his official Twitter account provided an English translation of his remarks to reporters on Wednesday while attending an American-led summit about the Middle East hosted in Warsaw, Poland.
The Israeli prime minister's office later softened the statement to read "combatting Iran", but there's little doubt that Tehran remains a central focus of the ministerial meeting, even with a list of agenda items that include Syria and Yemen.
Arab nations and Israel faced a common threat of Iranian regional aggression and Washington was working closely with these nations to counter this, he said.More news: Browns will have zero-tolerance policy with Hunt, says GM
Benjamin Netanyahu has employed harsh rhetoric against Iran for years, but he went a step further on Wednesday, saying that Arab countries participating in a Middle East conference in Warsaw "are sitting down together with Israel in order to advance the common interest of war with Iran".
Netanyahu arrived in Poland early Wednesday to join senior officials from 60 nations at the Warsaw summit on peace and security in the Middle East, which is organized by the United States and Poland in an effort to ratchet up pressure against Iran.
Oman does not formally recognize Israel. It referred to a meeting between Netanyahu and Oman's foreign affairs minister Yusuf bin Alawi.More news: Assassin’s Creed III Remastered For Nintendo Switch Listed On Ubisoft Website
The Jerusalem Post reports that, although Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Qatar have all sent representatives to Warsaw for the conference, Palestinian Authority officials are boycotting the USA -sponsored confab due to the Trump administration's 2018 recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and its relocation of its Israeli embassy to that capital. And how they always get made when we say this? "But Netanyahu and Gulf countries are eager to focus on Iran".
"Poland and the USA welcome this outward symbol of this gathering, a symbol of cooperation and a hopeful sign of a brighter future that awaits nations across the Middle East", Pence said.
Kushner, who is President Donald Trump's son-in-law, will brief delegates behind closed doors on Thursday on USA plans for peace between Palestinians and Israelis.More news: Terrorists target IRGC bus in southeastern Iran
Hosting the meeting is a chance for Poland's conservative government to bolster ties with Washington at a time when it is increasingly isolated within the European Union amid a dispute over its adherence to rule-of-law standards.
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