May 20th, 2011
09:01 AM ET
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama continues his focus on the Middle East on Friday with a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel. The meeting comes just a day after the president's speech on the Middle East where he laid out his vision for that region. The meetings could have a little tension but they'll have the opportunity to hash out some differences behind closed doors.They will spend much of the morning in meetings, starting off with a closed press meeting in the Oval Office. They'll then make statements to the press before having a closed press lunch in the Old Family Dining Room.
This afternoon, the president will head to the CIA headquarters to thank employees in their efforts in keeping America safe and tracking down Osama bin Laden.
For the full guidance from the White House, check out below the jump.
Guidance from the White House:
10:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing Oval Office (Closed Press)
11:15AM THE PRESIDENT meets with Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel Oval Office (Closed Press)
12:05PM THE PRESIDENT and Prime Minister Netanyahu deliver statements to the press Oval Office (Pooled Press)
12:30PM THE PRESIDENT holds a working lunch with Prime Minister Netanyahu Old Family Dining Room (Closed Press)
3:10PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks to CIA Employees CIA Headquarters, Langley, Virginia (Pooled Press)
12:30PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney
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