Prime Minister’s Office Statement


Israel’s consistent position is that the American embassy, like the embassies of all countries with whom we have diplomatic relations, should be in Jerusalem, our eternal capital.  Maintaining embassies outside the capital drives peace further … [Continue reading]

Israel Strongly Condemns the Terrorist Attack in Egypt


Israel strongly condemns the severe terrorist attack in Egypt and sends the condolences of the Israeli people to President el-Sisi and the Egyptian people. There is no difference between the terror of the attack in Egypt and that of attacks in other … [Continue reading]

PM Netanyahu’s Remarks at the Memorial Ceremony for Ethiopian Jews who Perished on their Way to Israel


Photo by Kobi Gideon, GPO  Bereaved families, distinguished guests, Three words – "Jerusalem of gold" – have bridged the vast distance between Ethiopia and Israel throughout the generations. I am not referring to Naomi Shemer’s … [Continue reading]

PM Netanyahu Strongly Condemns Manchester Terrorist Attack


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, issued the following statement: "The Government of Israel strongly condemns last night’s awful terrorist attack in Manchester. I send condolences to the families of the people who were murdered and my … [Continue reading]

MFA Spokesperson commends Norwegian decision to refuse funding of center named after a Palestinian terrorist


​Standing strongly against the positive commemoration of terrorists is an essential part of the international effort to eradicate terrorism.   ​(Communicated by the MFA Spokesperson) MFA Spokesperson following Norway’s decision to refuse … [Continue reading]

PM Netanyahu’s Remarks at Yad Vashem


Photo by Amos Ben Gershom, GPO       Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara accompanied US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania on their visit to Yad Vashem. Prime Minister Netanyahu: "What an incredibly … [Continue reading]

PM Netanyahu’s remarks on Czech parliament opposition to UNESCO’s anti-Israel bias


"The parliament in Prague called on its government to respect the status of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and also proposed halting any additional state payment of UNESCO membership…" ​​​​​   Copyright: PMO (Communicated by … [Continue reading]

PM Netanyahu Meets with US President Donald Trump


Photo by Amos Ben Gershom, GPO   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donald Trump, today, at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, spoke at the start of their meeting: Prime Minister Netanyahu:  Mr. President, it’s a pleasure to see … [Continue reading]