Members of the Joint Arab List gesture during a news conference in Nazareth, January 23

May 22 '15 / EIPA Updates

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu proposed the establishment of a formal, structured dialogue between government ministers and Arab members of the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, which would result in the creation of a government-wide plan for socio-economic development for the Israeli-Arab population. Netanyahu made the proposal during his first meeting Thursday with Ayman Odeh, the leader of the Joint Arab List, which became the third Knesset


Benjamin Netanyahu and EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini

May 13 '15 / Geen categorie

Published on the website of Ynet. Op-ed: Israel and the European Union enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship in ground-breaking scientific research, and the EU delegation to