''The European Union is the only international organization that conditions relations with Israel, which gives it technology, on political considerations. Nobody else does that,'' Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly said at a closed meeting in Budapest with leaders of the countries of the Visegrad group, which comprises Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia
“We will not surrender to anti-Zionism, because it is a reinvention of anti-Semitism,” said French President Emmanuel Macron at a ceremony in Paris marking the 75th anniversary of a roundup of French and foreign-born Jews by the Nazis.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed his dissatisfaction over Ireland's traditional policy towards Israel, during a meeting in Jerusalem with visiting Irish Foreign Miister Simon Coveney.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris next week in Paris, the Elysee presidential palace announced. It will be the first working meeting between the two leaders since Macron took power in France last May.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has agreed to urge Britain’s Interior Minister Amber Rudd to consider classifying Lebanese group Hezbollah as an illegal “proscribed” organisation under UK terrorism legislation.
In a rare intervention into the activities of parliamentary delegations, the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, directly admonished the chairman of the parliament’s delegation for relations with Palestine (DPAL), MEP Neoklis Sylikiotis for offering a platform to relatives of convicted Palestinian terrorists.