Liz Truss: I'm a big Zionist and I won't allow Iran to get nuclear

Liz Truss: I'm a big Zionist and I won't allow Iran to get nuclear British Prime Minister Liz Truss confirmed that she is a "great Zionist", noting that the Kingdom supports Israel, and that it will prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.  British Prime Minister Liz Truss said she was a "great Zionist", stressing that the UK would defend Israel and not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.  This came in a ceremony held on Sunday for a group called "Conservative Friends of Israel", a parliamentary group affiliated with the British Conservative Party, during the annual conference of the ruling party in Birmingham.  The Trust emphasized its strong support for Israel and pledged that it would "transform the relationship between the UK and Israel from strength to strength".  She stressed that Britain would never allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons, and pledged "absolute and sincere" support for Israel.  The British Prime Minister claimed that Israel and Britain face threats from authoritarian regimes that do not believe in freedom or democracy.  Marie Van Derzel, head of the Jewish House of Representatives, urged the British government to move the British embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying, "We really hope Britain will move the embassy like the United States."  Health Minister Robert Jenrick, for his part, also indicated that there is an area of ​​land currently reserved for a new British embassy in Jerusalem. He was pleased to hear the Prime Minister's commitment to reviewing the embassy move.  While the Minister of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, Michelle Donelan, announced that one of her first international visits will be to Israel, and said, "Many lessons we can learn from Israel."  Tzipi Hotovely, the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom, participated in the ceremony and said that nothing could be more important to show the friendship between Britain and Israel such a move.  During her participation in the work of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, at the end of last September, Liz Truss said: “I understand the importance and sensitivity of the location of the British Embassy in Israel, and have had many conversations on this issue with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid. In recognition of this, I will review This step is to make sure that we are operating on the strongest foundations inside Israel."  Liz Truss is described as a staunch supporter of Israel, and an outspoken ally of Britain's Jewish community.

British Prime Minister Liz Truss confirmed that she is a "great Zionist", noting that the Kingdom supports Israel, and that it will prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.

British Prime Minister Liz Truss said she was a "great Zionist", stressing that the UK would defend Israel and not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.

This came in a ceremony held on Sunday for a group called "Conservative Friends of Israel", a parliamentary group affiliated with the British Conservative Party, during the annual conference of the ruling party in Birmingham.

The Trust emphasized its strong support for Israel and pledged that it would "transform the relationship between the UK and Israel from strength to strength".

She stressed that Britain would never allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons, and pledged "absolute and sincere" support for Israel.

The British Prime Minister claimed that Israel and Britain face threats from authoritarian regimes that do not believe in freedom or democracy.

Marie Van Derzel, head of the Jewish House of Representatives, urged the British government to move the British embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying, "We really hope Britain will move the embassy like the United States."

Health Minister Robert Jenrick, for his part, also indicated that there is an area of ​​land currently reserved for a new British embassy in Jerusalem. He was pleased to hear the Prime Minister's commitment to reviewing the embassy move.

While the Minister of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, Michelle Donelan, announced that one of her first international visits will be to Israel, and said, "Many lessons we can learn from Israel."

Tzipi Hotovely, the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom, participated in the ceremony and said that nothing could be more important to show the friendship between Britain and Israel such a move.

During her participation in the work of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, at the end of last September, Liz Truss said: “I understand the importance and sensitivity of the location of the British Embassy in Israel, and have had many conversations on this issue with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid. In recognition of this, I will review This step is to make sure that we are operating on the strongest foundations inside Israel."

Liz Truss is described as a staunch supporter of Israel, and an outspoken ally of Britain's Jewish community.
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