Netanyahu: Israel is among the world powers due to our policy

March 4, 2019 20:30
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“Thanks to the personal relations I’ve been cultivating for years,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening, “Israel is now among the leading world powers.”

“The Left warned us against a tsunami against Israel,” he said, “we chose a different way, a way with honor. The result is a growth the like of which Israel had never seen.” “There are days in which I meet one leader in the morning, another at lunch, and a third at evening time – I am not exaggerating,” he said, “our way brings Israel closer to the world, including the Arab world.” 

Netanyahu added that in the diplomatic conference held in Warsaw “a Foreign Minister of an Arab nation with which we have no relations with spoke openly about Israel’s right to defend itself.”

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