Our man in Tel Aviv

July 14, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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Dave Sharma has settled in quickly as Australia’s new ambassador to Israel. J-Wire catches up on some of his activities….

 

As part of AIJAC's Victorian Liberal MPs mission to Israel, the participants met with Ambassador Dave Sharma at the Embassy.  The delegation included Bill Sykes, Parliamentary Secretary for Primary Industry and Agriculture, Georgie Crozier, Parliamentary Secretary for Health, David Southwick, Parliamentary Secretary for Police and Emergency Services, Andrew Mcintosh, Former Minister of Crime Prevention and MLA for Kew, Geoff Shaw, elected MLA for Frankston  and Aaron Shapiro, AIJAC liaison

As part of AIJAC’s Victorian Liberal MPs mission to Israel, the participants met with Ambassador Dave Sharma at the Embassy. The delegation included Bill Sykes, Parliamentary Secretary for Primary Industry and Agriculture, Georgie Crozier, Parliamentary Secretary for Health, David Southwick, Parliamentary Secretary for Police and Emergency Services, Andrew Mcintosh, Former Minister of Crime Prevention and MLA for Kew, Geoff Shaw, elected MLA for Frankston and Aaron Shapiro, AIJAC liaison

 

During his first week as VP of External Relations at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Prof Ronnie Friedman met with Ambassador Dave Sharma and showed him around the Mt Scopus Campus earlier this month

During his first week as VP of External Relations at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Prof Ronnie Friedman met with Ambassador Dave Sharma and showed him around the Mt Scopus Campus earlier this month

 

MK Rabbi Dov Lipman, from the Yesh Atid party, met with Ambassador Dave Sharma at his office in the Knesset earlier this month

MK Rabbi Dov Lipman, from the Yesh Atid party, met with Ambassador Dave Sharma at his office in the Knesset earlier this month

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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