Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spent Wednesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos in a round of meetings for promoting the need to improve and revise the 2015 nuclear with Iran, as per President Trump’s condition for staying in. He also stressed that Israel would act if needed to prevent Iran from establishing a permanent military presence in Syria. Chancellor Angela Merkel was receptive to his proposal for substantive, rather than cosmetic, changes in the nuclear accord, of which she is one of the six signatories. Netanyahu also held meetings on the sidelines of the forum with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, Swiss President Alain Berset and Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev. Thursday, he is scheduled to talk with President Donald Trump.