Trump to meet Netanyahu, May and others in Davos
Washington:US President Donald Trump would meet leaders from Britain, Israel and other countries to discuss security issues, including North Korea, the ISIS, the Middle East and Iran, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the White House said on Wdnesday.
He will use his time to discuss national security issues, including the international effort to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula and our coalition to defeat ISIS, National Security Advisor Lt Gen H R McMaster told reporters at a press conference here. "The president would also discuss our efforts to counter Iran's destructive agenda to perpetuate violence across the greater Middle East, as well as Iran's ballistic missile activity and the fundamental flaws in the Iran nuclear deal," he said.
Trump departs for Davos on Wdnesday and is scheduled to address the World Economic Forum meeting on Friday.
On Thursday, he will meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss Syria conflict, Iran's destabilising behavior, ways to address shortcomings in the Iran nuclear deal, and their shared goal of denuclearising the Korean Peninsula, McMaster said.
Trump will also meet with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to reiterate America's commitment to Jerusalem. On Friday, he will meet with President Kagame of Rwanda to reaffirm the US-Africa relationship.