Donald Trump and his team are expected to attend a delegation from Israel that will visit Washington, D.C., this week, the first foreign delegations to visit the U.S. in more than three years.
Trump has made Israel a cornerstone of his foreign policy and is known to be very close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Israeli leader has said he supports a two-state solution.
Netanyahu has also said that he has no interest in a deal that would divide the country.
But he has also stated that he is not interested in an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, a move that would likely lead to a full-fledged conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Israel has been a leading supporter of Trump’s presidential bid.
Netayahu, the Israeli prime minister, has said that Israel wants to be a part of the U:s-backed peace process, but that the Palestinians are the main obstacle to peace.
He has also called for the U.:s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the city that was captured in a 1967 war.
On Friday, Trump and Netanyahu are expected visit the White House, the Capitol, the National Mall and the WhiteHouse.
The White House has also invited Israeli and Palestinian leaders to the Whitehouse.
Netanyahus meeting comes after Netanyahu’s cabinet approved a package of bills that would allow him to bypass Congress by appointing a senior cabinet member.
The package also includes measures to improve relations between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.
The package also calls for a new Palestinian Authority leadership body and new security coordination with the U., the White Houses chief of staff.
Netanayahu has also promised to “hold the Palestinians accountable for the killing of innocent civilians, including women and children.”
The bill, which is still pending approval in the Israeli parliament, includes a provision to increase the salaries of security forces.