A phone call between French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been revealed by Netanyahu’s office. According to Times of Israel, the conversation included a number of important topics, such as the continuing battle in Gaza against Hamas, cross-border skirmishes between Israeli forces and Hezbollah in Lebanon, and the continued attacks on ships in the Red Sea by Yemen’s Houthi rebels. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Netanyahu thanked President Macron for France’s efforts to protect Red Sea freedom of navigation and for his commitment to support Israel’s efforts to secure its border with Lebanon. In order to address regional difficulties, the Prime Minister’s Office released a statement emphasizing the value of international cooperation.
Additionally, Netanyahu provided Macron with updates on the efforts to dismantle Hamas, characterizing it as a “war to destroy Hamas.” He also briefed the French President on Israel’s endeavors to secure the release of hostages kidnapped by Palestinian terrorists during the October 7 attacks.
This communication between the leaders signifies the ongoing diplomatic efforts to address multifaceted security concerns in the region. The involvement of France in supporting maritime security and contributing to the stability of Israel’s borders reflects the collaborative approach taken by nations to address shared challenges.
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