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PM Netanyahu Meets with Singapore PM Hsien Loong

Monday, February 20, 2017 14:35
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Meets with Singapore Prime Minister Lee
Hsien Loong
(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, this morning (Monday, 20 February 2017),
in Singapore, met with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and issued
the following statement:

“Thank you for the very warm welcome. I have to say that this is my first
time in Singapore. I’m following in your footsteps. You visited Israel for
the first time, an historic visit. And as we landed here, I was absolutely
amazed, tremendously impressed. As much as you hear about Singapore’s
success, to see it physically is quite startling and it tells you the power
of people, the power of ideas, the power of the potential or rather of
talent unleashed.

So first of all, I want to thank you for your very warm welcome to me, to my
wife and to our delegation. I believe that Israel and Singapore are kindred
spirits. We’re small nations that have become in many areas global powers,
and I believe that our cooperation makes us even more successful,
cooperation in every field. We have a joint R&D fund that has already funded
150 projects for Israeli and Singapore companies working together in a
variety of fields, and I think that the opportunities are vast.

We live in a technological age. The future belongs to those who innovate.
Israel and Singapore are innovation nations, and together we can bring more
prosperity, more hope for our peoples and I think for beyond our peoples,
for the neighborhoods in which we live. We value the diversity in our
societies, we value the pluralism in our societies, and we have much to
learn from each other.

I asked, Prime Minister, to visit one of your housing sites because this is
an issue that you have resolved in your own way. We’d like to learn from
you, as we do in many, many other areas. And I must say that we find this
relationship particularly productive and valuable to ensure our security and
prosperity for our peoples in the future.

So I thank you for this opportunity, and I look forward to many future
visits from you and from the President and of course for Israelis to visit
Singapore. We admire you and we treasure our relationship.”


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