Netanyahu responds to A-G's announcement

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 28, 2019 20:15
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Prime Minister spoke for the first time in response to the Attorney-General's announcement that he intends to indict him for bribery.

"I met in Moscow with Putin, and I told him we will continue to collaborate against Iran. I heard Trump's words in favor of me," Netanyahu said. 
"This unique relationship with world leaders is no small matter, and for many years it has helped me to ensure our security, helped to preserve our country. The policy I lead with my friends in the Likud led Israel to the best decade in its history in security, foreign relations, the economy, in every field," Netanyahu continued." We turned Israel into a rising world force, but we did it without concessions and bowing our heads. We did it while constantly nurturing our strength, even militarily."

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