Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, addressed the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.
In his speech, he mentioned the issue of the Middle East, Israel’s relations with Saudi Arabia, threats from Iran, etc. The prime minister also briefed the assembly regarding the future of technology.
The future of technology is sure to be dominated by artificial intelligence.
But many were surprised to see that the Israeli prime minister skipped to say any word on the problem of his own country. His home country, Israel, is itself facing democratic crises.
Mr benjamin also recalled Moses, a politician of Israel of past time.
During his speech, Mr. Netanyahu said that Moses told the people of Israel that they would find two mountains facing each other when they will entered the promised land of Israel.
Speaking on the Iran threat, he said that Iran is a curse for the Middle East. Benjamin said I had warned five years ago regarding the danger of Iran from this podium.
But he stated that the common threat of iram brings many countries of the middle east more closure than ever before.
According to the prime minister of Israel, he held many bilateral and multi-lateral meetings with leaders of different countries. In all sessions, he said he made a case for peace between Israel and arab countries.
He also referred to demonstrations against him . he described all of these protests as planned one.
In the protest against the prime minister of Israel, the Israeli finance minister said they all are BDS activists. These BDS activists want to cause damage to Israel with the active support they are receiving from Gantz and Lapid.
Mr. Netanyahu also spoke on peace between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
He said the peaceful relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia will develop a new Middle East.