FM Liberman condemned the attack yesterday on the Romanian Orthodox Church in Jerusalem and conveyed the Israeli government's regret over the incident.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman met today (9 October 2012) with Romanian Foreign Minister Titus Corlăţean at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.

Netanyahu: Strengthening the relationship between America and Israel is in the interest of peace, in the interest of both our countries, and I believe that your visit is an expression of that desire on both of our peoples.

At their meeting, the two discussed the strengthening of cooperation between Israel and the United States, and held an in-depth discussion concerning Middle Eastern events.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman met on Monday morning (16 July 2012) with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem.

At their meeting, the two discussed the strengthening of cooperation between Israel and the United States. They also held an in-depth discussion concerning Middle Eastern events.

Netanyahu: "There is concern in Israel and the Jewish world over a resurgence of anti-Semitism in Hungary. Such a dangerous phenomenon must be uprooted before it can spread"

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday morning (17 July 2012), in his Jerusalem office, met with Hungarian President Janos Ader. The two men discussed advancing bilateral relations, Iran's race to develop nuclear weapons, the unrest in the Middle East, ways to advance the negotiations with the Palestinians, and anti-Semitism.

Statement by PM Netanyahu after meeting with Russian President Putin

"We agree that Iran's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons is a grave threat first and foremost to Israel, but also to the region and to the world"