YNET reports today:
Netanyahu will seek to lower American expectations on the Palestinian issue. The Israeli government is not enthusiastic about talks on a regional intiative by the moderate Arab nations or the new US president’s desire to lead to a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. [previous articles have suggested otherwise.]
Netanyahu will present a policy that supports the establishment of a Palestinian state with an emphasis on its demilitarization and recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. The two will discuss the resumption of peace talks and the US blocking unilateral Palestinian initiatives at the UN.
Another topic the two are expected to discuss is settlement construction. The White House has already stated that new settlement construction “may not be helpful” in achievement peace. Netanyahu will try to reach understandings with Trump regarding the extent of construction, where could Israel build and the possibility of annexing parts of Area C.