In an interview to the Army Radio on Tuesday morning, Avi Gabay, the Chairman of the Zionist Union, said, "As long as we remain strong, our agreements will be respected."Gabay discussed several aspects of his party's aspirations to replace current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the Likud party. "I don't believe in 'right' and 'left' tags," said Gabay, "Our stances are simple. We understand that security is first and foremost and are not under any illusions that with a peace agreement we could release our army with a farewell.""I believe in a political agreement," Gabay stressed. "I believe in an agreement based on a strong Israeli state alongside a demilitarized Palestinian state."