• April 13, 2024

Netanyahu travels for Germany amid anti-government protests 2023

At 12:00, when the Prime Minister is supposed to arrive for his trip, demonstrators plan to block highways leading to Ben Gurion Airport. According to reports, the police have assured hardline minister Ben Gvir that they would be harsh.

Wednesday was set to be the day when demonstrators opposed to the government’s takeover of the judicial system planned to organize demonstrations at and near Ben-Gurion International Airport in an effort to obstruct the flight of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Germany for a state visit.

Netanyahu is scheduled to leave on a trip to Germany at 5:00 p.m., and the primary purpose of the trip will be for him to meet with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

The Prime Minister’s Office did not provide the departure time of the flight to the traveling journalists accompanying Prime Minister Netanyahu until the next morning.

Netanyahu is expected to discuss “developments in the regional theater” as well as the significance of putting an end to Iran’s nuclear program, according to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

Germany is one of the states that were a part of the P5+1 group that agreed to the JCPOA nuclear deal with Iran in 2015. The West is becoming increasingly frustrated with Iran because of its military backing for Russia’s war with Ukraine, and its crackdowns on demonstrators, which has led to the stalling of talks about returning to the deal.

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