Washington, Mar.2 (ANI): U.S.President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet here on Monday, and are likely to focus their attention on Iran during their conversation.
Both will also try to sort out their differences, in timing, messaging and strategic bottom lines, on how to grapple with Iran - while also managing their own strained relationship, the New York Times reports.
After his White House meeting, Netanyahu will address the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
He may ask Obama to show some clarity on how and when the United States will decide whether sanctions are succeeding or failing, and how committed he is to the use of force.
The challenge for Obama is to deliver two competing messages. He wants to join Mr. Netanyahu in warning Iran to abandon its nuclear program or face military action, but also to press him to give time to sanctions and diplomacy and hold back his military. (ANI)
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