Mr. Bennett said he was bringing a "new spirit of co-operation" from Israel.
He also clarified that Iran would be top of his agenda, especially the "leap" achieved by its nuclear program over the past two or three years.
Iran had gradually breached its commitments under a nuclear deal with world powers in retaliation for the sanctions that Mr. Trump reinstated when he pulled the U.S. out of the accord in 2018, which he called "defective at its core."
Mr. Biden has said he will rejoin the nuclear deal and lift the sanctions if Iran returns to strict compliance. But Iran says he must make the first move.
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