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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
PM Netanyahu meets with Estonian PM Andrus Ansip

PM Netanyahu meets with Estonian PM Andrus Ansip

PM Netanyahu: Forces led by Iran are trying to make their way and to seize
control of areas throughout the Middle East. This creates a partnership of
all those who want to assure the advance of progress, modernity and
peace.

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Tuesday, 18 December 2012), met
with Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and made the following remarks at
the start of their meeting:

"It's good to welcome you here in Jerusalem and to strengthen the
relationship and friendship between Estonia and Israel. During the height of
the Cold War, the defining line was those who championed freedom and those
who opposed it. Today in the Middle East we have a defining line – those who
want freedom and moderation and those who want to advance repression and
medievalism. And I think that it's very clear that Israel stands in the
frontline of those who want progress and freedom.

Unfortunately, we see the other forces, led by Iran, trying to make their
way and to seize control of areas throughout the Middle East. We see that
in their support for Syria, Hezbollah, and Hamas; we see them increasingly
here, in Palestinian territories in Judea and Samaria. This creates, I
think, a partnership of all those who want to assure the advance of
progress, modernity and peace, and it is in this context, in addition to our
own bilateral relations, that I welcome you here in Jerusalem."

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