January 25, 2014

Canada Steps Up for Israel

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

Israel is in a far different position than it was 20 years ago. During Harper’s visit, Canada and Israel updated their free trade agreement and signed a number of other agreements enhancing cooperation in multiple fields. As Netanyahu said, “I think that cooperation makes us both stronger and more prosperous and more secure countries.”

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