PM Netanyahu: The enlightened world must recognize and deal with – together – the threats posed by radical Islam, which seeks to return us all to a dark past.

 PM Netanyahu meets with German President Gauck

 

Copyright: Shlomi Amsalem

(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Sunday, 6 December 2015), met with German President Joachim Gauck, who is visiting Israel for the conclusion of events marking 50 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany. The Prime Minister stressed the uniqueness of the bilateral relationship, which is characterized by a tragic past alongside a constant view toward the future and the continued deepening of cooperation based on the two countries’ shared values.
 
German President Gauck reiterated the abiding commitment of the German people and leadership to Israel’s security and prosperity.
 
Prime Minister Netanyahu said that the enlightened world must recognize and deal with – together – the threats posed by radical Islam, which seeks to return us all to a dark past. He also noted the importance with which he regards the continued effort to instill the unique nature of the bilateral relationship among the younger generation.