Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invited Gideon Saar, head of the Yamin Mamlahti party, and Avigdor Lieberman, head of the Israel Our Home party, to a meeting, as reported by the Walla News.

The meetings are set for the evening of April 16 and will include the participation of Prime Minister's military secretary, Avi Gil, alongside the politicians.

The discussions will primarily focus on the security situation and Israel's potential response to an Iranian attack.

Opposition leader Yair Lapid's office stated that they had not received an invitation to meet with the prime minister.

Originally scheduled for April 15, Netanyahu's meetings with opposition representatives were postponed at the last minute, citing a "tight schedule."

However, political analysts speculate that the delay might be due to the War Cabinet's ongoing deliberations on the response to the Iranian strike.