Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Bayit Yehudi Chairman MK Naftali Bennett held their first meeting in five years today. The meeting started shortly after 12:00 noon in the government offices in the Kirya district in Tel Aviv, and lasted two hours.
Bennett refused to comment on the meeting and said only that he hopes the reporters and the entire nation have an excellent day.
The Prime Minister’s Office said that the meeting was “straightforward” and that the two discussed “all of the subjects on the agenda,” and agreed to continue their talks in coming days. Read more here.