Netanyahu set to leave for Davos World Economic Forum

January 19, 2016 19:10


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to leave for Davos on Wednesday for the annual World Economic Forum meeting where he will meet both politicians and businessmen.

Among the political leaders he is scheduled to meet are the prime ministers of Argentina and the Netherlands, and among the business leaders are the heads of Hewlett-Packard, Uber and Kaspersky Lab.

He is slated to address the conference twice on Thursday, and return to Israel on Friday afternoon. He will be accompanied by his wife Sara; PMO Director-General Eli Groner; top economic advisor Avi Simhon; and the head of the National Cyber Bureau, Evyatar Matanya.

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