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  • - How are you sir? - Hi, how are you?

  • Good to see you! -Good to see you again.

  • I apologize in the canessel we have no control ***

  • Just like ours.

  • And the part of it, oh well.

  • It's very good to see you.

  • Thank you very much - Again.

  • And to see all of you. Welcome.

  • And please.

  • First trip as a foreign minister to Israel although this is my fourth trip to Israel.

  • And thanks to your excellent *** to visit Japan, I think bilateral relationship is expanding specially the number of the Japanese company in Israel has doubled in the last three years.

  • And the investment, Japanese investment into Israel has increased 20 times in last three years.

  • So, I think the relationship bilateral is going very well and we would like to continue this momentum.

  • And thank you very much for your support for the sixty-fifth anniversary over the bilateral relationship this year.

  • And next year's gonna be celebrating seventieth year of the foundation of Israel.

  • And I hope we could take this opportunity to strengthen our bilateral relationship into the next level.

  • So, thank you very much.

  • Thank you sir, for once it's a pleasure seeing you again.

  • I have to say that when I was elected over twenty years ago for the first time, the first country that I visited in Asia was Japan.

  • And I said that we have a complimentary capabilities that could make for a wonderful partnership.

  • It took us for a while, but I think the visit of the Prime Minister Abe here, my visit to Japan, and our subsequent contacts your visit here.

  • And marks the discovery of that potential.

  • I think there is a future belongs to those of ***.

  • Japan has tremendous capabilities, scientific, engineering, marketing industrial.

  • Israel has developed a unique capabilities in innovation in every field.

  • And I believe that the fact that Japanese companies are coming to Israel, I think it expresses that unique partnership, which I think as unlimited capabilities.

  • We both live in challenging regions but we are committed to the pursue of prosperity, security, peace, and I think it's easier for any one of us to achieve it with the help of the other.

  • So in this *** I will welcome you again.

  • And please send my best wishes also to Prime Minister Abe.

  • Thank you very much. -Thank you.

- How are you sir? - Hi, how are you?

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PM Netanyahu Meets Japanese FM Tarō Kōno

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    Yukiko posted on 2019/12/26
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