Trump, Netanyahu meet in New York for bilateral discussions

As world leaders gather in New York for the UN 72nd general assembly, US President Donald Trump and his Israel counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu have engaged in a bilateral meeting to discuss relations between the two countries and security issues in the Middle East.

Daniel Scavino Jr., the White House Director of Social Media and Assistant to the President disclosed the meeting through a tweet. He wrote, “Happening now: @POTUS @realDonaldTrump & @IsraeliPM @Netanyahu bilateral meeting underway at New York’s Palace Hotel. #UNGA”

The White House through a statement earlier disclosed plans for the bilateral discussions which will also include some notable countries while the President is in New York.

President Trump will address the world leaders on various issues bordering on improved trade for America, relations among the nations and most especially, North Korea’s drum of war.

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