The discussions also touched on the dangers of the escalating civil war in neighboring Syria and other changes ushered in by last year’s Arab Spring uprisings.
“We’re living in a time of unprecedented change, a lot of challenges for us both,” Clinton said before a dinner with Netanyahu. “And we will continue to consult closely . . . to chart the best way forward for peace and stability for Israel, the United States, the region and the world.”
At a news conference after the meeting, Clinton said that she and the prime minister had continued “a very long, in-depth, ongoing consultation” about Iran.