Netanyahu denies reports of a dispute with Ben Gvir

Netanyahu denies reports of a dispute with Ben Gvir

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied rumors of his dispute with National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, describing these reports as malicious attempts to sow division in the ruling coalition.

The reports came in the wake of Netanyahu not inviting Ben Gvir to attend a meeting yesterday, Sunday, with Defense Minister Yoav Galant and other senior security officials.

A statement issued by Netanyahu's office explained that the meeting "focused on Iran and did not address any internal security issues" that are part of Ben Gvir's jurisdiction.

The statement stressed that “any attempt to create a conflict between the Prime Minister and the Minister of National Security and attribute it to sources close to the Prime Minister is completely invalid, and is done intentionally,” stressing that “Netanyahu and Ben Gvir will continue to cooperate for the good of all Israeli citizens.”

However, a source close to Ben Gvir issued a statement in which he gave credence to the reports of a dispute, and said, “Ben Gvir will continue to express his opinions and actively seek to implement the full right-wing agenda, even if he is not summoned to such or other meetings.”

He added: "Minister Ben Gvir was elected to serve the people, and his commitment is unwavering. In any session he attends, he will express his opinions."

Albin reveals: The militants who carried out a terrorist attack in Kosovo were trained in Serbia

The Prime Minister of Kosovo said that the militants who carried out terrorist attacks in the north of the country received training at a military base of the Serbian army. He accused the Belgrade government of providing full support and planning for the terrorist operation.

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti accused Serbia of planning and providing support to terrorists who carried out the recent attacks in the north of the country.

Kurti said in a tweet on the “X” platform, which he attached to video clips: “The terrorists who carried out the attacks trained in Pasoljanski Livadi, one of the main bases of the Serbian army, approximately 4 days before the attacks.”

He added: "Other training exercises were conducted at the Kopaonik base."

Kurti stressed that "the attacks received full support and planning from the Serbian state."

On September 24, a police officer was killed and another was injured in the city of Zvecan, northern Kosovo, following clashes with gunmen.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo accused Serbia of supporting militants, and called on Belgrade to "stop sponsoring terrorist attacks in the north."

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