PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU (ISRAEL) - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: FOREIGN MINISTER KLAUS KINKEL (GERMANY) - HFSID 257980
BENJAMIN NETANYAHU and KLAUS KINKEL The Israel and Germany Prime Ministers are shown shaking hands in this 7x5 color photograph, in black felt tip Photograph Signed: "
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BENJAMIN NETANYAHU and KLAUS KINKEL
The Israel and Germany Prime Ministers are shown shaking hands in this 7x5 color photograph, in black felt tip
Photograph Signed: "B. Netanyahu" and "Klaus Kinkel". Color, 7x5. BENJAMIN NETANYAHU (b. 1949) is the current Prime Minister of Israel who also serves as a member of the Knesset and Chairman of the Likud party. He is the first Israeli Prime Minister born in Israel after the establishment of the state and has been elected Prime Minister of Israel four times, matching David Ben-Gurion’s record. Benjamin is the only Prime Minister in Israel's history to have been elected three times in a row and is currently the second longest-serving Prime Minister in Israel's history after David Ben-Gurion, and upon the completion of his current term he will become the longest-serving prime Minister in the history of Israel. In August 2015, his government approved a two-year budget that would see agricultural reforms and lowering of import duties to reduce food prices, deregulation of the approval process in construction to lower housing costs and speed up infrastructure building and reforms in the financial sector to boost competition and lower fees for financial services. Benjamin Netanyahu supports equal rights before the law for LGBT citizens. KLAUS KINKEL (b. 1936) is a German civil servant, lawyer and politician of the liberal Free Democratic Party who served as Federal Minister of Justice (1991-1992), Foreign Minister (1992-1998) and Vice Chancellor of Germany (1993-1998) in the government of Helmut Kohl. Kinkel was also chairman of the liberal Free Democratic Party from 1993 to 1995. Previously, he was President of the Federal Intelligence Service (1979-1982). As Foreign Minister, he took a clear stance to end the atrocities committed during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s, and proposed the creation of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Fine condition.
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