Obama pledges cooperation with new Israeli Government

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WASHINGTON – U.S. President Barack Obama has pledged cooperation Israel’s new coalition government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu various issues including the ongoing nuclear Iran.

White House Spokesman, Josh Earnest, made this known in a statement Thursday.

The president, in administration’s continuing efforts to smooth over differences Netanyahu, congratulated the Israeli for formation a new coalition by the midnight Wednesday deadline after winning the March 17 parliamentary elections.

“President Obama looks forward to working with Netanyahu and new government.

“We also look forward to continuing consultations a range regional issues.

“Issues including international negotiations to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon and the importance pursuing a -state solution,’’ he said.
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Netanyahu attempted to sway the nuclear with Iran, including a tirade at U.S. Congress in early March had angered the Obama administration and further chilled bilateral relations.
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Iran and the U.S., Britain, China, France, plus Germany, collectively known as the P5+1 group, are racing against the June 30 deadline for a comprehensive agreement after negotiating a framework deal in early April. (Xinhua/NAN)

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