Israel: 'Tremendous' partnership — Abe and Netanyahu talk trade

Israel: Abe meets with Netanyahu for closer bilateral relations Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to make the partnership between Israel and Japan better, during a meeting with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Jerusalem on Wednesday. Netanyahu said there has been «a tremendous growth in Japanese investments in Israel» and «Israeli investments in Japan.» «We have to make... Еще sure that we can fly directly,» he added. Abe in return invited his Israeli counterpart to Japan in the near future, saying he hopes to «see further investment development between the two sides.» Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Wednesday. Trade was top of the agenda, with Netanyahu praising «a tremendous growth in Japanese investments in Israel [and] Israeli investments in Japan.» «This is a good partnership and we'll make it even better in this visit,» he added. Abe has since invited the Israeli PM to Japan, in an effort to strengthen what he termed: «further investment development between the two sides.»

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