President Obama reportedly invites Netanyahu to White House

Following tensions between two leaders on Iran nuclear deal, Obama to meet with Netanyahu post-final deal with Iran

Netanyahu and Obama last year in the White House (Kobi Gideon/GPO/Flash90)

Netanyahu and Obama last year in the White House (Kobi Gideon/GPO/Flash90)

Israeli media reported on Tuesday that United States President Barack Obama has invited Prime Minister Netanyahu to the White House in July.

The report sheds light on the likelihood of a final agreement between Iran and world powers by the designated deadline of June 30. Reports over the past two weeks from Iran have been positive on reaching a final agreement on time, however, issues of military inspections still under negotiations.

President Obama stated that he would meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu following Netanyahu’s reelection only after a final deal with Iran is reached.

Iran continues to insist that military inspections and questioning/interviewing of its scientists should not be part of a final deal, reports last week claiming that a possible decade time frame will be placed on military inspections.