JERUSALEM (AP) -- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he has made clear to the U.S. that Israel's security concerns must come first as the White House tries to restart a peace process with the Palestinians.
His comments came after Israeli news reports claiming to detail the peace plan under development.
At a weekly Cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said "we heard plenty of speculation this weekend" about President Donald Trump's peace efforts. He then declined to comment, saying only that "my position on this plan will be determined according to Israel's security and national interests."
Trump took office with hopes of forging what he calls the "ultimate deal" between Israelis and Palestinians.
The last round of peace talks collapsed in 2014.