During his visit to London, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a meeting with Britain’s Minister of Internal Security, Suala Braverman, where they discussed the relationship between the two countries in the areas of internal security, the fight against the Iranian nuclear program, and combating terrorism. They both decided to enhance the collaboration between the two nations and extend it to other fields, such as cyber defense and aviation cooperation to counter criminal groups and money laundering. The gathering was also attended by Rabbi Tzachi Hanegbi, General Avi Gil, the Prime Minister’s military secretary, and Tzipi Hotobli, the Israeli ambassador to Britain.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Britain’s Minister of Internal Security Suala Braverman, as part of his political visit to London. The two discussed the working relations between the two countries in the issues of internal security, the campaign against the Iranian nuclear and the countering of terrorism. At the meeting, it was agreed to strengthen the cooperation between the countries and expand it to other areas, including cyber defense and cooperation in the field of aviation as part of the fight against criminal organizations and money laundering. The meeting was also attended by Rabbi Tzachi Hanegbi, the Prime Minister’s military secretary General Avi Gil and the Israeli ambassador In Britain, Tzipi Hotobli.