Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that they are working very hard to find a solution for Amona and that they intend to examine the possibility of the residents being able to remain on the mountain, and even to stay as a community. Maybe there is the possibility that the residents of Amona will have to move a few dozen meters, maybe even 100-180 meters, but they will be able to remain in the same location. Netanyahu called on Coalition members to act with restraint on the subject.
Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtour convened the first meeting of the newly-formed national salvation government here in the capital Sanaa to assume responsibilities. The meeting was held on Tuesday after the new cabinet was sworn in before President of the Supreme Political Council, Saleh al-Sammad. The Ministers discussed the priorities of their task and preparation to launch their comprehensive policy to be submitted to the parliament next week.
Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa said that Kosovo may not benefit from the visa liberalization regime in 2017 either, if the agreement for the border demarcation with Montenegro is not ratified. PM Mustafa made these declarations today during the government meeting. Mustafa has proposed a committee to be formed in order to evaluate Kosovo’s territory.
An ongoing Turkey-backed military operation in northern Syria will not target Aleppo, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has said, in an indirect message to Damascus after four Turkish troops were killed in an attack by the Syrian government on Nov. 24