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PM Netanyahu meets with Rwandan President Kagame and informs him that Israel will open an Embassy in Kigali

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

Prime Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Tuesday, 28 November 2017), in Nairobi, met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame and informed him that Israel will be opening an embassy in Kigali.

Prime Minister Netanyahu: "We are opening a new embassy in the Rwandan capital Kigali as part of Israel's expanding presence in Africa and the deepening of cooperation between Israel and the countries of Africa."

Also discussed at the meeting was the possibility of opening a direct air link between the two countries.

Photo credit: Haim Zach (GPO)

President Rivlin marks 40 years since visit of Sadat with Ambassador of Egypt

(Communicated by the President’s Spokesperson)

President Rivlin: “Egypt is an extremely important ally. Our connection is more important than words can say, and it can never be taken for granted. We have found a way to live together in peace and friendship. This is a message to the whole region, and the whole world.”

Ambassador of Egypt: “Egypt is adamant to seize the golden opportunity to reviving peace talks to achieve a credible and comprehensive peace agreement.”

Yesterday, (Wednesday morning) President Reuven Rivlin hosted at his residence in Jerusalem, a special reception marking 40 years since the historic visit to Israel by the then President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Anwar Sadat. The ceremony also included addresses by Ambassador of Egypt, Hazem Khairat; Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yuval Rotem; and former Deputy President of the Supreme Court, Justice (Ret.) Eliyakim Rubenstien, who had served at the time as an aide to Moshe Dayan, and was part of the Israeli negotiations team. The event was attended by senior Israeli figures, Ambassadors and diplomats representing countries from around the world.

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Standing together for Israel and the wellbeing of our nations

We live in fascinating times. Israel is being restored before our very eyes. The Middle East is becoming more and more the central focus of most of the challenges facing the world today. Once again, Israel appears to be at the core of world tensions and questions.

The Bible tells us that since the calling of Abraham and the promise of blessings through his posterity (Gen 12), the nations have been facing a major challenge:

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