Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel is doing everything it can to locate the last Israeli trekker who remains unaccounted for in Nepal following Saturday's deadly earthquake in the Himalayan country.
"A massive effort is underway to locate Or Asraf who is still considered unaccounted for," Netanyahu said.
Netanyau spoke with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, thanking him for his country's help in making helicopter's available to rescue the stranded Israeli trekkers and for allowing Israeli planes to land in India.
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