Israel-Gaza War, United States

Netanyahu disappointed Biden opposes sanctions on the Hague

The Prime Minister said in a soon to be published interview that he is disappointed with the Biden administration's decision not to pursue sanctions against the Hague.

Netanyahu and Biden. (Photo: Miriam Alster/Flash90)

Prime Minister Netanyahu said that he is "disappointed" in the Biden administration's decision to not impose sanctions on the Hague over the arrest warrants being filed against him and Defense Minister Gallant.

In an interview set to be published this Sunday in Politico, Netanyahu said that he thought a sanctions bill was bipartisan until a few days ago, and now that there's a question mark - he said he's surprised and disappointed.

Just a week ago, Anthony Blinken told the Senate that he is willing to work on an appropriate response to the Hague, but two days ago he changed his mind and said that the United States opposes imposing sanctions on the Hague."

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