MK Haskel meets with incoming Spanish ambassador to Israel

June 12, 2017 19:15
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MK Sharren Haskel (Likud) met with incoming Spanish ambassador to Israel Manuel Gomez-Acebo at her office in the Knesset, Monday afternoon.

The two discussed regional and economic issues as well as how the legislative process in Israel actually works.

The ambassador inquired what Haskel's positions are in the Middle East conflict and how she sees Israel's future in the region.

Sharren stressed that Israel's most pressing problem is the bureaucratic and regulatory state. She told the ambassador she was doing all she can to make it easier to do business in Israel.

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