Ambassadors visit president

March 15, 2015 by J-Wire News Service
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Israel’s ambassadors to Australia and New Zealand have joined their counterparts in other Asian/Pacific countries at a meeting with Israeli president Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem.

Ambassadors meet the president     Photo: Mark Neyman/GPO

Ambassadors meet the president Ambassador Livne is 6th from right and Ambassador Ben-Shmuel 9th from right                   Photo: Mark Neyman/GPO

 

President Rivlin  hosted at his residence around 20 Israeli ambassadors and diplomatic mission heads. Canberra-based Shmuel Ben-Shmuel and Israel’s ambassador to New Zealand Yosef Livne attended the meeting

The President welcomed them and thanked them for their work in representing the State of Israel saying: “The friendly relationship between Israel and the rising powers in Asia represents an economic and strategic opportunity for both sides.  As a state which seeks new markets for trade, the connection with Asia is more important than ever to Israel.  Israel is more and more turning to face the East, we are witnessing cross-fertilization in the fields of education, industry, tourism, and security.  Experts, tourists, and politicians visit in each direction, learning and proposing ideas, and I have no doubt that you play a central role in that.”

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