‘Israel stands with Austria,’ Netanyahu tells Kurz after Vienna attack

Israel and Austria are sharing intelligence in the aftermath of a shooting at a Vienna synagogue, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday.
Netanyahu said he spoke to Austrian Chancellor Sebastia Kurz and told him “the people of Israel stand with Austria…against the savagery of Islamist terrorism. 
“We are cooperating in every way, with our intelligence and every other way we can,” Netanyahu added.
The prime minister made the remarks in a statement with Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban, who was in Jerusalem.
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