Joe Biden and the Israeli Prime Minister called each other for 25 minutes: here is the content of their conversation



In New York, the Biden administration was busy all day following Iran's attack on Israel. Live from New York, our correspondent Fanny Chauvin covered the eventful day.

In particular, we know that Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone. “It was a phone call that lasted 25 minutes,” explains our reporter. “During this call, Joe Biden reminded the Israeli prime minister of his unwavering support, but the president set a limit: If Israel decides to attack Iran, the United States will not intervene.”



After the October 7 Hamas attack, the Biden administration has been trying to calm its Israeli ally's extremism. “Joe Biden opposes offensive action against Tehran. His message is clear: he calls for restraint. To try to rein in Netanyahu, Joe Biden is emphasizing the fact that Israel has proven its military superiority against Iran and they can leave it at that,” Fanny Savin continues.

Will Israel's prime minister follow his American ally's advice? The answer will come in the coming hours and days.






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