Analysts say the area for US nuclear diplomacy with Iran, economic agreements with Arab countries և the area for Bennett to visit the White House.
The new Israeli government led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is making it possible to ease political tensions between Israel and the United States as President Biden seeks to return to the Iran nuclear deal.
“Biden has been successful,” said Aaron David Miller, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington.
“Biden bought space for himself և time. “Bennett is not looking for a fight,” Miller told Al Jazeera.
It is unlikely to make significant progress in the Israeli-Palestinian sector conflict:A change of government could lead to limited agreements between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority, while expanding economic agreements with Arab states, which would be a victory for the Biden administration, which would focus more on challenges elsewhere.
The new coalition On June 13, the Knesset voted by a narrow majority of 60 of the 120 members of the Knesset in favor of the new government led by Yamina’s Bennett, Yash Lapid from Yesh Atid, and 59 against with one abstention.
The coalition includes six other left-wing parties in Israeli politics, including the first Palestinian Arab Party. completes Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been in office for 12 years.
Although the position of the new Israeli government is sensitive, Netanyahu has vowed to cancel it, the change is welcome in Washington, and if it does, White House staff will seek a date for a state visit with Bennett Biden.
“The Biden administration is looking forward to its recovery,” said Hassan al-Tayab, a Middle East policy lobbyist for the Quaker Friends Committee.
“The Obama-Biden administration և had a disputed relationship with Bibi Netanyahu with the Biden-Harris administration,” al-Tayab said.
If the United States successfully wins the Iran nuclear deal, which prevents Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon, in exchange for easing US sanctions, Netanyahu would try to create a political opposition in the United States that Bennett did not.
Biden called the new Israeli Prime Minister to express his “warm congratulations.” The White House announced this on June 13 during the reading of the call.
“The leaders agree that they and their teams will consult closely on all regional security issues, including Iran,” the White House said in a statement.
“The president said his administration intends to work closely with the Israeli government to promote Israeli-Palestinian peace, security and prosperity.”
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said he had spoken to Jair Lapid about being the next prime minister of Bennett’s coalition to be Israel’s foreign minister.
I talked to him @Yair_Lapid: congratulate him on his appointment as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel. We discussed America’s unwavering commitment to Israel’s security. I look forward to welcoming the Secretary of State to Washington soon.
– Secretary Anthony Blinken (@SecBlinken) June 13, 2021
Netanyahu has openly challenged former President Barack Obama’s diplomatic expansion into Iran and has vehemently opposed a US-led nuclear deal with Iran in 2015.
At the invitation of the Republican Republicans, Netanyahu addressed the Congress, opposing the deal, urging US lawmakers to reject any agreement that many Democrats at the time considered An attempt by Netanyahu to undermine President Obama’s powers over US foreign policy.
Netanyahu recently allied himself closely with former President Donald Trump, who unilaterally pulled the United States out of a nuclear deal that Biden is now seeking to restore.
The sixth stage multilateral negotiations The “world powers” of Iran were to start on the weekend, just days before the Iranian presidential election, which will see a new government in Tehran.