Today, Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennet sent a message to all ministers in the remaining days and hours before the dissolution of the Knesset.
At the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting, Naftali Bennett said: “For the first time in years, the harvest in the cities surrounding the Gaza Strip has ended quietly and successfully, without incendiary balloons, fire or Hamas rockets.”
Bennett added: “I would like to remind everyone that Hamas lit 26 fires during the two days of our government’s tenure, and it was a daily routine for farmers in the western Negev. Less quality, and instead of preventing Hamas fires, Israeli governments treated the attempt to offset the fires as a DG case. This did not happen. Together, for the first time in 15 years, we managed to ensure the complete safety of the people of Ashkelon. communities adjacent to the Gaza Strip and we cannot return.”
He continued: “Soon, unfortunately, Israel will be heading towards elections during which it will not be possible to take certain government measures. Therefore, I ask all ministers to vacate their offices in the remaining days and hours in order to expedite the implementation of what can be done before the dissolution of the Knesset. Our responsibility to the citizens of Israel remains even during the election period.”
And the Israeli Prime Minister added: “I am delighted that today we will be able to implement a number of projects, including the rehabilitation of Tiberias, the contingency plan introduced by the Minister of Transportation to combat traffic congestion, and housing assistance for the veterans of the Sudan Liberation Army who were with us. in Lebanon and who need to be taken care of.” They’ve been stuck for many years, the plan to mobilize Israeli high tech for Climate Protection and of course the Treasury Department, and visa waiver measures for travelers to the United States… there’s still a lot to be done and in the next day or two you can do everything what is within your power.”
Naftali Bennett continued: “It was a great government backed by a complex coalition… There are people here who knew how to put ideological differences aside, succeed and act for the good of Israel… There are governments that have survived but made little progress. Great Achievements, “Together for the People” government that got things done … that was a term we will remember well and each of us will have our share.”