Benjamin Netanyahu asserts Israel’s right to self-defense in meeting with British and German foreign ministers

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Benjamin Netanyahu stated in a meeting with the foreign ministers of Britain and Germany that Israel reserves the right to protect itself.

Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that in a meeting with the foreign ministers of Britain and Germany, he stated that Israel reserves the right to protect itself.

The Israeli Prime Minister, after meeting with the two visiting diplomats, addressed the cabinet, saying that all kinds of proposals and recommendations from the country’s allies have been presented to him.

According to statements released by his office, he said, ‘Nevertheless, I also want to explain that we will make our own decisions.’

Netanyahu’s remarks to David Cameron of Britain and Annalena Baerbock of Germany came just days after it was revealed that Iran launched hundreds of drones, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles in unprecedented attacks against Israel.


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