The terrorists fail to realize that our common, shared values are the source of our strength – the strength we summon to overcome the pain of our losses, and the strength we summon to defeat the tyranny the terrorists seek to impose on our civilization.
I take this opportunity to again express the solidarity of the people of Israel with the people of France.
They fail to realize that those same shared values are the source of our strength – the strength we summon to overcome the pain of our losses, and the strength we summon to defeat the tyranny of the terrorists, the tyranny they seek to impose on our civilization, which always gets stronger, passing each test, overcoming each challenge.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Monday, 30 November 2015), at the climate conference in Paris, met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and invited him to visit Jerusalem.
"Indeed it would be a pleasure to return to Israel when it works out, but in general this is really about starting and continuing… starting a conversation to continue the very strong friendship and relationship between Canada and Israel. We have many issues to talk about, to discuss, but also many issues to collaborate on, and I look forward to continuing the strong friendship that Canada has shown towards Israel for decades, and will continue for ongoing times."
Prime Minister Netanyahu also met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe andother world leaders.
The meetings were warm and friendly; the war on global terrorism was among the issues discussed.