PM tells envoys Israel ready to share intel with NATO to defeat ISIS
Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem with ambassadors from NATO member states on Tuesday and thanked the organization including Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg for inviting Israel to open a liaison office at the alliance's headquarters in Brussels. Turning to the massacre in Orlando, Netanyahu said "One day ISIS kills gays, the next day Yazidis, and then Jews, Muslims and Christians." He said "Terror knows no bounds, and that is why our cooperation in the battle against terrorism must know no bounds as well." The prime minister added that "We stand ready to help NATO in this collective struggle. We are prepared to share our intelligence and our experience to help in this common effort."
Denmark's ambassador to Israel Jesper Vahr, who also serves as NATO's ambassador in Israel, condemned the June 8 terrorist attack at Sarona Market in Tel Aviv and expressed condolences to the families of the victims on behalf of the organization.