Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a tour of Latin America, arrived to bogotá, where he met with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
During the meeting, President Santos thanked Israel for its support during the negotiations with the FARC guerrillas.
The parties signed several agreements, including a Memorandum on scientific cooperation and a Protocol of intent on cooperation in the field of organized tourism.
The Israeli Prime Minister took part in the event organized by the Jewish community in the country, and met with its leaders.
Netanyahu held in Colombia less than a day, then flew to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto. In Mexico city will sign agreements on cooperation in the fields of space, air travel and communications, and will also meet with leaders of the Jewish community.
After that, the Prime Minister will fly to new York to participate in the 72th General Assembly of the United Nations and meeting US President Donald trump.
Yesterday in Buenos Aires held talks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, and the President of Paraguay Horacio Carecom. On the first day of Netanyahu’s visit to Argentina with his wife met with the families of the victims of the terrorist attacks of 1992 and 1994, as well as with those who were injured in the blasts near the Embassy of Israel and the building of the Argentine Jewish cultural center.
The Argentine edition of Bubble wrote that, in addition to the signing of several cooperation agreements in the fields of technology, trade and security, the two leaders will sign an agreement on the transfer of Argentina to Israel of all government archives related to the Holocaust.
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