Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (file photo)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday spoke by telephone with the leaders of France, Spain and the Netherlands on the ongoing attack on Hamas. In this conversation he reiterated his determination to eliminate the terrorist group. PM Netanyahu held talks with several leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
The Israeli PM’s office posted from its official handle on Twitter that the Prime Minister told the leaders about the unity and determination of the people to eliminate Hamas’s military and governance capabilities and said that Israel’s victory over Hamas will be a victory for the entire world. There will be a victory for.
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thank you for supporting israel
He thanked the leaders for supporting Israel against the brutal terrorism of Hamas. The Israeli PM’s office posted on Twitter that French President Macron will reach Israel today and Dutch Prime Minister Rutte on Tuesday and will meet Prime Minister Netanyahu.
fight to save civilization
Amidst the conflict in Gaza, PM Netanyahu met his Italian counterpart Giorgia Meloni and Cyprus President Nicos Christodoulides on Saturday. Appealing to the Prime Minister of Italy, he said that we have to defeat this barbarity. He said that this fight is between civilization and demonic people, who have killed, mutilated, raped, decapitated and burnt innocent people and children.
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Italy’s support for Israel
Meanwhile, PM Meloni assured Netanyahu of Italy’s support for Israel. We defend Israel’s right to defend its people. We completely understand that terrorism has to be fought, and we believe that you are capable of doing it in the best way possible, and we are different from those terrorists.
Meeting with the President of Cyprus
After this, Netanyahu met Cyprus President Christodoulides and emphasized that this was a fight of civilization against barbarism. Earlier, US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also visited Israel amid the ongoing response to the November 7 terrorist attacks. So far, more than 1,400 people have lost their lives in this attack.