Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan held an assessment of the situation following the wave of fires at the emergency and rescue forces headquarters in Tel Hadid.
“We have appealed to many countries,” Netanyahu said. “Aid has arrived from Greece, Croatia, Italy, Egypt and Cyprus and we very much appreciate it. I would like to thank my friend the Egyptian president, Sisi, for sending two helicopters.”
“We’ve also received offers of aid from others, including the Palestinian Authority,” said Netanyahu. “Four to six countries, including Russia, are already ready to send practical help. They offered us help even before we turned to them. This is very significant for some of these countries. International capacity is important and helps national capacity.”
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