Netanyahu to meet Obama to discuss security aid

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said he hopes to lay out the grounds for US military support to Israel for the next decade when he meets US President Barack Obama on Monday. His four-day visit to Washington will mark the first meeting between the two leaders since Netanyahu's controversial address on Iran to the US Congress on March strained relations between them. The two have not met since October 2014, as profound disagreements over July's nuclear deal with Iran have soured relations between the two allies. (Source: IANS)