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World Welcomes Lapid-Bennett Government. At Home It's More Complicated

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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The third week of the Bennett-Lapid government was characterized by two successful political visits abroad and one constrained compromise at home. Foreign Minister Yair Lapid reaped the fruits of the normalization agreement sown by the Netanyahu government when he inaugurated the Israeli embassy in the United Arab Emirates. President Reuven Rivlin, whose term ends next week, paid a cordial farewell visit in the United States to Joe Biden, and on that occasion reached an agreement on an invitation to visit the White House that will be sent in the near future to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. If anyone had any doubts, the sun continues to shine. The Israeli government of change is being welcomed with open arms by the international community.

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