Following talks with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that he had thanked Turnbull for Australia's support of Israel at the UN and that the two leaders had discussed the tightening of bilateral cooperation in the intelligence field. Netanyahu also called attention to American President Donald Trump's condemnation of the latest anti-Semitic threats in the US. He later met with representatives of Sydney's Jewish community and then attended a conference of 500 businessmen from Israel and Australia covering security-related technologies, big data, cyber issues, agriculture, alternative energies and recycling.