Benjamin Netanyahu met yesterday with the foreign minister of Poland to discuss strengthening economic ties and shared struggles against terrorism.

The Israeli prime minister greeted Witold Waszczykowski in Jerusalem, issuing the following statement after the meeting:

“I met today in Jerusalem with the foreign minister of Poland, Witold Waszczykowski. Poland has a prosperous economy; Israel has a prosperous economy. We spoke about strengthening the cooperation between us and our shared struggle against terrorism. I believe that the more we cooperate, the better it will be for both our peoples.”

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