While some Israeli media outlets had reported on Joe Biden's June 23 visit to Saudi Arabia and occupied Palestine, informed US sources announced that the trip had been postponed.
Several US officials told the media that US President Joe Biden's planned visit to Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime had been postponed until July, NBC News reported.
Informed US sources told NBC News that the White House is now planning a wider trip to the West Asian region next month.
An unnamed "senior" Joe Biden administration official told the American media:
We are working to confirm the date (Biden's trip to the region). We will announce when we have something to announce.
Anbusi News continued its report:
A foreign diplomat and two US officials said that the stoppage (of Joe Biden) in Saudi Arabia will not take place in late June, and two US officials said that the trip to Israel has also been postponed.
On Friday (yesterday) some media outlets or the Zionist regime, such as the Hebrew-language newspaper Ma'ariu, reported on US President Joe Biden's one-day visit to Tel Aviv on June 23.
According to reports, Joe Biden planned to meet with Israeli President Ishaq Herzog and Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, and then travel to Ramallah to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. .
Following these speculations, US President Joe Biden on Friday tried to justify his visit to Saudi Arabia, despite his sharp criticism of Saudi officials during the 2020 US presidential election campaign.