The urgency of alleviating the humanitarian crisis in Gaza emphasized by US Secretary of Defense to Israeli counterpart

Unbreakable Bond: US Secretary of Defense and Israeli Counterpart Meet to Discuss Military Collaboration in the Middle East

The relationship between Israel and the United States may have reached a turning point, but not a breaking point, as their bond is described as “unbreakable.” Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin and his Israeli counterpart Yoav Gallant met to discuss military collaboration and strengthen Israel’s air capacity.

Despite the tensions, Austin emphasized that the United States will always stand by Israel, its closest friend in the Middle East. Friction between the two allies due to pressure from the White House has strained their relationship, with Washington urging Israel to reduce the intensity of its offensive in Gaza to minimize civilian suffering. While Gallant focused on threats to Israel, including the destruction of Hamas and securing the release of hostages, both ministers were cautious in their statements.

The meeting between the defense ministers came after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the US for abstaining from a UN Security Council vote and canceled a visit to Washington by top advisors. The urgent need to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, exacerbated by a ground blockade of aid convoys, was a pressing issue in their discussions. While Gallant highlighted cooperation to enhance Israel’s military capabilities, including strengthening its aviation

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