The meeting on Wednesday will mark the third meeting between Israel and America since the two nations agreed to a deal that aims to ease tensions between the two sides.
The two sides agreed to the agreement after months of talks aimed at defusing the decades-old Arab-Israeli conflict.
“We have a very good relationship with the Americans and we are committed to building trust, a partnership, and the foundation for a better future for both countries,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a joint statement with U.S. President Donald Trump, who is expected to attend the meeting.
Netanyahu said the agreement will help create a better climate for peace in the Middle East, and strengthen relations between the countries.
Netah’s government is struggling to rebuild its economy after the collapse of the global financial crisis and the Arab Spring.
The United States and Israel have both supported the Arab League initiative for a political solution to the Arab-Jewish conflict.