Joseph Donford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited Tel Aviv to meet with Zionist regime officials and conduct travel arrangements for US President Donald Tramp to occupy Palestine, according to the Qahedrian News Agency’s International News Agency.
Dunford, who spent more than a month more than his previous trip to occupied Palestine, was welcomed at the arrival of his Israeli counterpart Gady Eisenkott, and also received a medal from Eisenhut at a military parade.
He then met Zionist War Minister Avigdor Lieberman. “Your trip reflects the depth of US-Israeli security relations,” Lieberman said, thanking Dunford’s friendship with Israel.
During his third trip to Occupied Palestine on the current day, Danforth also met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and emphasized “solidarity” between Israel and the United States, according to the Times of Israel.