US officials to visit Israeli regime amid escalated conflict

TEHRAN, Dec. 31 (MNA) – As the hardliner cabinet led by Netanyahu assumes office the American government is going to send its officials to prevent the situation from exacerbating in the occupied Palestinian territories.

The administration of US President Joe Biden will send National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan to the Israeli regime in mid-January for talks with incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu concerning his government's policies, the Israeli regime's media have cited a US outlet as reporting on Friday citing unnamed Israeli and US officials.

The report comes a day after Netanyahu was sworn in as the regime's prime minister on Thursday at the helm of arguably the most right-wing government in the regime's history.

The American and Israeli regime media have also reported that Secretary of State Antony Blinken could head to Israel soon after Sullivan's visit while a possible visit by Netanyahu to Washington in February was also on the agenda.

The visits also come as the security situation in the occupied West Bank escalates as the clashes between Palestinian resistance forces and the occupying regime's forces escalate.

The Israeli regime military's command has also once again warned Netanyahu's cabinet about the dangers of its hardliner ministers' statements and the introduction of laws that lead to further escalation in the West Bank.


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