3 press release of Netanyahu's team

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PM Netanyahu: Israel committed to peace and security

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

 Israel appreciates President Obama's commitment to Israel's security and to the pursuit of peace. The Government of Israel is committed to both of these goals and will formulate its policies in the near future so as to work closely with the United States towards achieving these common objectives.

Egyptian President Mubarak invites PM Netanyahu to meet with him soon at Sharm e-Sheikh

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser) 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak spoke by telephone earlier this evening (Monday), 6 April 2009. President Mubarak congratulated Prime Minister Netanyahu on forming a government. The two leaders emphasized the friendly state of bilateral relations and promised to continue and strengthen them.
President Mubarak invited Prime Minister Netanyahu to a meeting at Sharm e-Sheikh in the near future. The Prime Minister welcomed the invitation; it seems that such a meeting is expected to be set in the near future. Prime Minister Netanyahu said that peace between Israel and Egypt is of supreme importance and added that both sides have a common interest in deepening and expanding the peace, and in checking the threats against it.

PM Netanyahu sends letter to Italian PM Berlusconi, speaks with French Pres. Sarkozy and meets with Quartet Envoy Blair

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

In the wake of the earthquake that struck Italy earlier today (Monday), 6 April 2009, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent a letter to Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi, expressed his condolences over the loss of life and noted that Israel was ready to render such assistance as may be requested.
Earlier, Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, with whom he enjoys a long-standing, abiding friendship. He said that the French President is a true friend of Israel, who is ready to assist in advancing the peace process by any means that may be requested.  President Sarkozy invited Prime Minister Netanyahu to visit the Elysee Palace in Paris. Prime Minister Netanyahu also met today with Quartet envoy Tony Blair and discussed the economic development of the Palestinian Authority.

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