His remarks came at a press conference with the President of South Korea following their first meeting at the White House.
US President Joe Biden has told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the Palestinian people in Jerusalem should be respected and that aid should be provided in Gaza as part of the to stop the war alliance with Hamas.
“It is important for the Palestinians in the West Bank to be safe,” Biden told Netanyahu when he speaks on May 20.
Biden said the US “insists that Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jew, be treated fairly”.
Referring to the “civil war” in Jerusalem, “it must end,” Biden told Netanyahu.
Biden told Netanyahu that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas should “be known as the leader of the Palestinian people, whatever he is”.
The U.S. President’s remarks came at a press conference at the White House with South Korean President Moon Jae – as the two pledged to work together to do better with North Korea. Biden’s comments were the most significant of the message he gave to Netanyahu in the recent war.
Biden commended the Israeli Prime Minister for keeping his promise to honor the ceasefire that Egypt and Hamas had done. And the US President stressed that “there is no change in my commitment, my commitment to the security of Israel. The climate. There is no change, not at all.”
Biden said his move “will create a major package with other countries with our plans to rebuild houses” that have been destroyed in Gaza without “giving Hamas the opportunity to rebuild their weapons”.
Partnership with North Korea
In contrast, Biden and South Korea say the US and South Korea will seek to join North Korea in defending its nuclear weapons program.
“Our two countries are committed to working with the DPRK (North Korea) to take action that will reduce tensions as we move towards our goal of establishing the Korean Peninsula,” Biden told a news conference with Moon. in Washington.
Biden said he was naming the US ambassador to Indonesia Sung Kim, the Korean-American, as US special envoy to Pyongyang.
Biden officials have been reviewing US policy on North Korea’s nuclear program. Moon had said he would use the trip Encourage the US to find a partnership and North Korea.
“We’re not lying about how difficult this is,” Biden said. “His motive is very difficult.”
North Korea has refused to seize a single state weapon and has not indicated a willingness to go beyond what has been said in support of a global genocide.
Biden and Moon greeted each other happily and seemed to enjoy their time together on Friday.
“President Moon and I, and our teams have had good meetings, discussing what we shared, in a secret meeting where colleagues come and say ‘It’s too late. It’s too late.’ And it was very good,” Biden said.
“I loved our meetings so much that it made us look back. I hope to continue our discussion today, “Biden told reporters at the White House.
Moon and Biden teamed up to present the Medal of Honor 94-year-old Korean soldier Ralph Puckett, a retired U.S. soldier, for his military prowess in 1950. He was fighting Chinese troops in North Korea.
The US fought the North Korean and Chinese military on the Korean Peninsula from 1950 to 1953 and retained 28,000 troops there.
Moon’s visit was the first foreign leader to attend the Medal of Honor ceremony, which Biden called a strong US-South Korea agreement.
Moon said Puckett was an example of the strength of the agreement, which he called “a link between peace and security in the Korean Peninsula and other regions”.