Netanyahu talks with Biden: PM's adviser
"The two leaders noted their longstanding personal connection," and said they would collaborate to continue strengthening the steadfast alliance between Israel and the US, the statement added.
The Israeli premier and US president "discussed the future advancement of the peace accords, the Iranian threat and regional challenges, and agreed to continue their dialogue".
In his first major policy speech, Biden did not even mention Israel as he spoke of his efforts to solidify US alliances.
Danny Danon, the head of the global wing of Netanyahu's Likud Party, recently tweeted a list of Biden's conversations with leaders and asked, "Might it now be time to call the leader of Israel, the closest ally of the US?"