The president, Javier Milei, met with the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, and with businessmen from Jerusalem, as part of the official tour he is carrying out in that country, which will later take him to Italy and the Vatican, in the middle of the parliamentary setback due to the Omnibus Law in Deputies.
Milei met with Netanyahu in the office of the prime minister of that country, in Jerusalem, in a bilateral meeting that was later expanded with officials from both nations, and ratified his objective of moving the Argentine embassy to Jerusalem, despite the threats. of the terrorist group Hamas.
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Netanyahu thanked Milei for his decision to declare the Palestinian movement Hamas a terrorist organization, as well as his “firm support” for the Jewish state and his decision to move the Argentine embassy to Jerusalem.
The Prime Minister of Israel wrote on his X account, after the meeting: “Happy to receive Argentine President Javier Millay in Israel. We had an important and warm meeting. I thank him for his decision to declare Hamas a terrorist organization, his firm support for Israel, and his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the Argentine embassy there. Welcome friend!”.
The president, Javier Milei, met with the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu (Photo: EFE/ Office of the Israeli Prime Minister).
After the private meeting between the two, there was an extended meeting with the Minister of Strategic Affairs, Ron Dermer; the director general of the Prime Minister's Office, Yossi Shelley; Foreign Minister Israel Katz; the president of the National Economic Council, Avi Simon; and the Israeli ambassador to Argentina, Eyal Sela.
Foreign Minister Diana Mondino, the Secretary General of the Presidency, Karina Milei, and the Argentine ambassador-designate in Israel, Rabbi Shimon Axel Wahnish, also participated on behalf of the Government.
How Javier Milei's tour in Israel continues on its second day in the Asian country
The activity on the second day of the tour in Israel includes a guided tour of the Holocaust Museum (Yad Vashem), tree planting in “The Forest of the Nations of the Keren Kayemet LeIsrael” and a visit to the Old City of Jerusalem.Milei He will also have private meetings with the Mexican businessman D. Isaac Assa and with the Israeli businessman D. Simon Falic, in addition to a meeting with the main chief rabbis of Israel, Itzjak Yosef and Rabbi David Lau, and with Rabbi David Abujatzera. While On Thursday the President will receive the blessing of Rabbi Osher Vai, he will visit Kibbutz Nir Oz, he will meet with his delegation with relatives of those kidnapped by Hamas and later he will say goodbye to the country at the Wailing Wall (Kotel Hamaaraví – Western Wall).