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Between Biden and Egypt, Bennett’s Diplomatic Efforts Get a Booster Shot

Though Bennett’s White House invitation was expected, the public one from Egypt is unusual ■ Israel’s booster gamble seems to be paying off

Amos Harel
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Toward the end of the week, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett plucked the first fruits of a prolonged behind-the-scenes diplomatic effort. Bennett was invited to visit the United States and will meet with President Joe Biden at the White House on Thursday. He also received an invitation – no date yet – to visit Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi.

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