Israeli and Polish cabinets hold joint session in Jerusalem

Israel and Poland held a government-to-government session in Jerusalem Tuesday that ended in the signing of cooperation pacts for cyber security, military and security affairs, the documentation and commemoration of the Holocaust, economy, agriculture and tourism. Binyamin Netanyahu expressed Israel’s gratitude to Prime Minister Beata Szydlo for her government’s strong stand against the resurgence of anti-Semitism in parts of Europe and its opposition to automatic anti-Zionist and anti-Israeli resolutions carried in international forums.
The Netanyahus hosted a special dinner in honor of Ms Szydio and her foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski at the prime minister’s residence in Jerusalem.

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