Netanyahu met with Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who are visiting Israel.
At the meeting held at the Prime Ministry office in West Jerusalem, joint steps that three countries can take to combat the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) were discussed.
After the meeting, the three leaders held a joint press conference.
Netanyahu said that Israel, Czechia and Hungary will cooperate in the research and production of the Kovid-19 vaccine, and those who carry the document called “green passport” given to those who are vaccinated will be allowed to travel between these countries.
Referring to his visit to Abu Dhabi, which he canceled at the last minute due to Jordan’s refusal to use its airspace, Netanyahu said, “We talked on the phone with the Crown Prince of the UAE, Mohammed bin Zayed. The visit will be soon. He said he would invest a billion dollars. ” said.
While Hungarian Prime Minister Orban spoke with praise about Israel’s fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic, it was noteworthy that Czech Prime Minister Babis criticized the International Criminal Court’s decision to open an investigation into war crimes in the occupied and blockaded Palestinian territories since 2014.
The Israeli Prime Minister planned to go to the UAE today as part of a one-day visit, but the visit was canceled due to Jordan’s refusal to allow the plane to carry Netanyahu to use its airspace.