This file photo shows the US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin attends a meeting.
US security and defence officials also told Gantz they would help replenish its "Iron Dome" missile defence system after it was used heavily in the recent conflict with Gaza, but also pressed Israel to reduce tensions with Palestinians.
"We're not going to speak to government formation while it's in process," State Department spokesman Ned Price said after Gantz met with Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
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"Regardless of what happens, regardless of what government is in place, our stalwart support, our ironclad support for Israel will remain," he said.
At the Pentagon, US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin reiterated that Washington supports Israel's right to defend itself, but that security also involved rebuilding confidence with Palestinians.
"The President has expressed his full support for replenishing Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system, which saved so many innocent lives during the most recent conflict," Austin told Gantz.
"Now going forward, we seek lasting security for Israelis and Palestinians alike," he said.
"As my colleague Secretary Blinken made clear in Israel last week, a lot of work needs to be done to rebuild confidence and trust, and to create conditions to reengage in a meaningful way on the path to a two-state solution."Agence France-Presse
The Palestinians, who refuse to talk to the Trump administration since he recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital, reject the peace plan because it seems to bury the two-state solution that for decades has been the cornerstone of international diplomacy aimed at the two.
The joint statement, signed by nearly 50 independent experts, voiced dismay at US support for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's "unlawful" plan to extend sovereignty, de facto annexation of land that the Palestinians seek for a state.
"No one will dictate our rules of engagement to us, when we are the ones fighting for our lives," Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid said at a military ceremony in Haifa, echoing earlier remarks by Defence Minister Benny Gantz.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Today I received the employees of the Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Programme to thank them personally at Zabeel Palace… He who does not thank people does not thank God… I noticed a large number of comments praising their performance in various means of communication.”
Sheikh Mansour highlights the pioneering role of the Khalifa Award for Education in promoting a culture of excellence in the education sector at local, Arab and international levels.
An Air India plane flying from Delhi to San francisco was forced to divert and land in Russia after it developed a technical issue with one of its engines, the airline said on Tuesday.
Saudi local media revealed the reason for Sultan Abu Ras’s crying when his daughter, Samira, graduated, as he had adopted her in 2001 after she was left in a hospital in Sarat Abidah Governorate, southern Saudi Arabia, where he used to work.