Israeli Prime Minister “The Greek Economy Will Recover”


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked about the common interests between Israel and Greece with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, during a press conference in Jerusalem, on Wednesday.

“The challenges are many but we have common interests which help us see the chances and avoid the dangers. We have to find a way to cooperate, maintain world peace and destroy terrorism” said Netanyahu noting that there is a cultural consensus between Greece and Israel.

The Israeli Prime Minister also talked about the Greek economy, noting that, he recognizes the large efforts Greece is making. “These efforts are very big, but I believe the economy will recover” said Netanyahu and he added that “we have a good and constantly developing cooperation with Greece”.

The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras thanked Netanyahu for his kind words and his hospitality. As he mentioned “it is known that over the past years there has been a strengthening in the relationships between the two countries” but he noted that “this doesn’t mean that there aren’t sectors where we have to focus more”.


  1. Netanyahu is being very polite and diplomatic or maybe he was doing a joke….
    With his good economic results thanks to his courageous reforms in the early 1990’s (lowering the public sector) make him suitable to give some advice to Tsipras on the subject economic management of a state .

  2. Not only xenophobic but antisemitic too…… you should be ashamed of thinking like that.

  3. you have to be a complete idiotic leftist to think that, how on earth will migrantsbe fed? Where are they gonna work? How you can recover by having more unemployment.

  4. The Greek Orthodox Church honors Saint John Chrysostomos as a Saint and counts him among the Three Holy Hierarchs. The other two Holy Hierarchs are Basil the Great (also known as Basil of Caesarea), Gregory the Theologian (also known as Gregory of Nazianzus).

    Saint John Chrysostomos (his name meaning “golden mouthed” in English) states:

    “For he who has no limits in his love of Christ must have no limits in his battle with those who hate Him, I hate the Jews”

    Saint John Chrysostomos wrote the famous “8 HOMILIES AGAINST THE JEWS” which helped shape Christian views on Jewry. In Greek the homilies are called Kata Ioudaiōn (Κατὰ Ιουδαίων), which is translated as Adversus Judaeos in Latin and Against the Jews in English.

    If the Hellenic people someday grant Golden Dawn the honour of governing Greece the 8 homilies against the Jews written by the “Golden-mouthed” shall be made mandatory reading for Hellenic schoolchildren.


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