Biden plans G7 coordination in response to Iran’s attack on Israel

Following Iran’s attack on Israel, President Joe Biden has confirmed that the U.S. assisted Israel in intercepting the assault and reiterated “America’s ironclad commitment” to Israeli security. The White House stated that Biden plans to coordinate a Group of Seven (G7) nations’ response and will stay alert to potential threats.

“The U.S. and its allies helped Israel defend against an unprecedented air attack by Iran and its proxies from Yemen, Syria, and Iraq,” the White House said. “I condemn these attacks in the strongest possible terms.”

In the past week, under Biden’s direction, the U.S. has deployed aircraft and ballistic missile defense destroyers to the region. “Thanks to these deployments and our servicemembers’ extraordinary skill, nearly all incoming drones and missiles were intercepted,” the statement continued.

Biden, who recently spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, expressed admiration for Israel’s defensive response. “I told him that Israel demonstrated a remarkable capacity to defend against and even defeat unprecedented attacks, sending a clear message to its adversaries,” he stated.

“Tomorrow, I will convene my fellow G7 leaders to coordinate a united diplomatic response to Iran’s brazen attack. We will engage with our counterparts across the region and stay in close touch with Israel’s leaders,” Biden added. He assured that while U.S. forces and facilities had not been attacked, the U.S. would remain vigilant and ready to protect its interests.

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