Netanyahu says looking forward to working with Macron against terror

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May 7, 2017 23:16

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory in the French presidential election on Sunday.

"I look forward to working with President Macron to deal with the challenges that our two democracies face," the premier said. "One of the greatest threats facing the world today is extremist Islamic terrorism, the likes of which have struck Paris, Jerusalem and many cities around the world."

"France and Israel are old allies, and I am sure that we will continue to deepen our relations," Netanyahu added. 

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