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Netanyahu meets with Germany and the United Kingdom and adds support

Netanyahu meets with Germany and the United Kingdom and adds support

After Iran’s offensive, the global gaze is on Israeli actions. New attacks were recorded against military bases in the Jewish State.

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The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahumet this Wednesday in Jerusalem with the German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbockand Great Britain, David Cameron, who are visiting the country. During the meeting, the president expressed that he reserves the right to self defense after the attack with missiles and drones Iran.

As reported by his office in an official statement, the prime minister thanks them for their “unprecedented” support to thwart the iranian attack perpetrated in the early hours of Saturday. The army launched more than 300 drones and missiles, which were mostly stopped by the iron dome.

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The launch of the missiles in response to the Israeli attacks on the Iranian embassy in Damascus.

The launch of the missiles in response to the Israeli attacks on the Iranian embassy in Damascus.

It was the first direct attack by the Iranian army against Israel since the Islamic republic was consolidated in 1979. This set off alarm bells in the Middle Eastand the world, faced with the possibility of a regional climbing. In this context, the global focus is on the response to the attacks. “I want to make it clear that we will make our own decisions and that the State of Israel will do everything necessary to defend itself,” Netanyahu said in the meeting with the leaders of Germany and Great Britain.

Hezbollah attack in northern Israel

The Lebanese militant group, Hezbollah launched anti-tank missiles and drones towards the village of Arab al-Aramshe, in northern Israel, this Wednesday. In total they turned out 18 people injured for the attack, including six reservists, according to Israeli army forces. In turn, the army reported that it is investigating why the launches were not intercepted.

Hezbollah had announced hours before the launch of missiles and drones against a military infrastructure in response to the deaths of members of the group and some of its commanders in Lebanon as a result of Israeli attacks.

Source: Ambito

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