Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed he is scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump when he is in the United States to address the United Nations General Assembly next week.
Netanyahu announced the meeting to the press before heading to South America. He stated on Sunday evening: “From Mexico I will go to New York to speak at the United Nations General Assembly and there I will meet my friend, President Donald Trump.”
The prime minister will travel to New York City following his tour in South America. His tour will focus on jump-starting Israeli-South American cooperative and business relations as well as strengthening diplomatic ties. Several cooperative agreements will be signed and Netanyahu will meet with Jewish communities, as well as take part in a ceremony commemorating the 1992 terror attack on the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires.
The prime minister will travel to Argentina, Columbia and Mexico and hold meetings with state leaders through this week. His first meeting is scheduled with President Mauricio Macri of Argentina followed by a meeting with President Horacio Cartes of Paraguay, who will travel to Buenos Aires to meet with Netanyahu.
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