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Under the auspices of the two presidents three new agreements were signed covering trade, aviation and innovation

 President of the State of Israel, Shimon Peres:

 "Your visit in our country will provide fresh impetus to the relations and cooperation in the fields of security, science, technology and agriculture"

 President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos Calderon:

 When we look at Israel we know the path to economic stability is through innovation.

The Embassy of the Argentine Republic in Israel is pleased to present
The Malvinas Islands and the Peaceful Settlement of Dispute”

Lecture held by Dr. Marcelo Gustavo Kohen, Argentinean Professor of International Law at the 
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates Susan Rice on being chosen as US National Security Adviser and thanks outgoing US National Security Adviser Tom Donilon "Israel and the US are strategic allies, and I am certain that bilateral security cooperation, which has been greatly enhanced in recent years, will continue in the years ahead," the Prime Minister said.

Earlier today (Wednesday, 5 June 2013), National Security Adviser Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror spoke with his outgoing American counterpart, Tom Donilon, and thanked him for his contribution to enhancing the strategic alliance between Israel and the US, for the joint work between Prime Minister Netanyahu and US President Barack Obama, and for his efforts to advance the two countries' common interests. Amidror also wished success to Susan Rice, with whom Israel had coordinated vis-à-vis the common challenges at the UN.
The Ministry of   Foreign Affairs of Israel was notified today by its Austrian counterpart about the decision of the Austrian government to withdraw their soldiers from UNDOF.
While appreciating Austria's longtime contribution and commitment to peacekeeping in the Middle East, we nevertheless regret this decision and hope that it will not be conducive to further escalation in the region.
Israel expects the United Nations to uphold its commitment under Security Council Resolution 350 (1974), in virtue of which UNDOF has been established.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Sunday, 2 June 2013), made the following remarks at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting:

"The Middle East is going through an especially sensitive period of shocks and upheavals in many sectors. While we have no interest in being party to the conflicts around us, we are acting and we are committed to prevent dangers to Israel's security, and we have a clear policy of responding to attempted attacks against our territory. Also, I would like to strongly condemn recent phenomena of racism against Israeli Arabs and hooliganism against Palestinians, which were without any provocation or justification whatsoever. We strongly reject these phenomena and will act with all legal means at our disposal to stop them."