Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke to Eilat Mayor Meir Yitzhak-Halevy on Thursday following three separate terror attacks in the area, telling him, "We're talking about a serious incident in which Israeli citizens were hurt and the country's sovereignty was harmed."
He promised the mayor that Israel would respond to the attacks.
Separately, the prime minister's office reminded Israelis that a travel warning against Sinai exists and it urged all Israelis vacationing there to leave.
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