Biden to Rivlin: no nuclear weapon for Iran on my watch
US President Joe Biden reaffirms to his Israeli counterpart Reuven Revlin the commitment of his country to the security of Tel Aviv, stating that Iran will have no nuclear weapons during his time in office.
In a meeting with his Israeli counterpart Reuven Rivlin, in Washington, US President Joe Biden reconfirmed the commitment of the United States to the security of "Tel Aviv".
Biden said that the commitment to "Israel" is "iron-clad", vowing to Revlin that nuclear weapons for Iran during his time in office is out of the question.
He added that he is looking forward to meeting with new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett soon.
Israeli media outlets reported that Rivlin had met Bennet to discuss the message the former will address to Washington during his visit to the United States next week.
Rivlin is to hold scheduled meetings in the United Nations with the UN Secretary-General António Guterres and a number of ambassadors.
Sources that are aware of the trip schedule of the Israeli President reported to the Times of Israel that he will also hold talks with executive officials of major Jewish organizations.
Previously, Biden had confirmed to the former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu his "unwavering support for Israel’s right to defend itself against random rocket attacks". This statement was made during the Battle of Seif Al-Quds.