Today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for a week-long trip to Europe. While there, Ynet News' Itamar Eichner reports, Netanyahu will not only build bridges with leaders in Germany, France, and England, but will continue to put pressure on the world to stand up against Iran's nuclear program:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu departed Monday morning for Europe where he will discuss 'Iran and Iran" and attempt to convince the leaders of France, the UK and Germany of the need to intensify pressure on Iranian to thwart its nuclear ambitions and brief them on the latest threats posed by Tehran in the region.
“I will meet with three leaders and I will raise two subjects: Iran and Iran,” the prime minister said before ascending the plane, accompanied by his wife Sara Netanyahu.
The prime minister will first fly to Berlin to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel, before flying to Pairs to meet with President Emmanuel Macron and then to London to meet with Prime Minister Theresa May.
“It is necessary to continue the pressure on Iran against its nuclear program and I think we need to intensify it. It may be that there is not as yet an agreement on the matter, but with time an understanding will be built,” he said.
“The second subject will be about halting Iran’s aggression in the region and especially its attempts to entrench itself in Syria and attack us from there. On this issue I hope to formulate an agreed-upon policy,” the prime minister continued...