Netanyahu informs "War cabin" An Israeli delegation will visit Washington to discuss "Rafah invasion"

 On Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed the war cabinet ministers that an Israeli delegation will visit Washington next week, just one day after his office denied a White House statement that it had retracted its decision to cancel the visit of an Israeli delegation to discuss a plan. Israeli forces invaded Rafah.

Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said that the delegation is scheduled to include the Minister of Strategic Affairs, Ron Drmer, and the head of the National Security Council, Tzachi Hanegbi.

The newspaper quoted Israeli officials said that “Netanyahu realized that he made a mistake” when he announced, last Monday, the cancellation of the delegation’s visit to Washington in the wake of the United States not using its veto against the UN Security Council resolution that adopted a draft resolution requiring an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip during The month of Ramadan. 

Israeli political officials added, “Most cabinet ministers believed that not sending the delegation to Washington was wrong from the beginning and that the delegation should be sent there as quickly as possible.”

p>Israeli and American press reports suggested yesterday that the delegation would visit Washington early next month. 


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