PM: We are promoting deep bilateral cooperation with Poland

February 24, 2011 12:38

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday said at the start of a joint Israeli-Polish ministerial meeting that, "We will have a second, productive meeting between the Israeli and Polish governments. We are promoting, with tangible actions, our deep bilateral cooperation, which is based on common values and a shared history, as well as on the aspiration to a common future in which we want to achieve the same goals," according to an official statement.

"Therefore, I view this as having practical and symbolic importance and I welcome the cooperation between us," Netanyahu added.

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