Israel: The Ministry of Defence of the State of Israel organized the Annual Bilateral Strategic meeting with the German Federal Ministry of Defence yesterday, December 5th.
As per the updates, the meeting commenced between the representatives of Israel and Germany. During the meeting, Amir Eshel, former air force general and current Director General of the Ministry of Defence, Israel, hosted the German State Secretary for the Ministry of Defence, Benedikt Zimmer, in the yearly bilateral dialogue yesterday.
Both countries have been sharing a longstanding bilateral relationship. As per the sources, the chat between the country’s defence counterparts was primarily focused on discussing major issues at a global level of common interest.
The Director General of Israel, Eshel, stated they discussed global challenges and potential strategic ways to deal with such issues. Eshel and Zimmer further discussed the threats and dangerous situations arising from Iran’s evil and malign behaviour towards the current situation in Iran, which could also harm other nations in different ways.
Moreover, during their meeting, Israeli General Eshel shed some light on the current adverse global ramifications and consequences coming out of the Russia-Ukraine war,
It has been going on for a very long now and has caused countless damage in various manners to the fighting nations and those countries related to them.
The bilateral defence cooperation was another essential topic during the annual dialogue between Israel and German. The reports discussed ways to enhance each other’s defence system with collaboration and support.
The Arrow-3 air defence system was also a topic of great interest during the meeting, and they discussed developments in the proposal to provide Germany’s newly developed air defence system.
Towards the end, Director General Eshel thanked Secretary Zimmer and presented him with a tree-planting certificate after 50 trees were planted in Jerusalem in recognition of his commitment to Israel’s national defence and contribution to regional stability.