Israeli PM to shorten US visit to assume control over response to Gaza attack

Jerusalem, Mar 25 (UNI) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu said on Monday he would shortened his visit to the United States and return to Israel to take charge of a response to the recent attack from the Gaza Strip.
Seven people, including children, were injured earlier in the morning by a Palestinian shell that hit a crowded residential neighborhood in Israel.
“In the light of the events related to the security, I have decided to shorten my visit to the United States. In a few hours I will meet with US President Donald Trump and immediately return to Israel to control our actions on the spot,” the prime minister said, as cited by his press service.

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