Yuval Steinitz

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So far we discovered approximately 900 billion cubic metres (bcm) of natural gas. But next month, we'll open Israeli economic water for further exploration and the scientific estimate is that the most of the natural gas is yet to be found, another 2,200 bcm.
Oct 13 2016
The latest quote from Yuval Steinitz is: “We discussed other issues of energy cooperation, but this is the most vital ... We are ready to engage in the specific detailed dialogue between our two governments in the next coming months.”. It comes from the Israel, Turkey deepen energy ties as relations resume after 6-yr rupture article. You’ll find on this page 12 articles with Yuval Steinitz quoted on topics such as Israel, Turkey and gas. Yuval Steinitz has been quoted 19 times in 12 articles.
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Connecting the Leviathan reservoir to Israel will strengthen energy security and benefit the local economy.

First, sooner or later they will produce a bomb. Exactly like what happened after a similar agreement with North Korea a few years ago. And second, other countries, other Sunni countries in the vicinity will demand it.

This Palestinian move is a hostile and extremely unfriendly step against Israel. It's not a step towards peace, it's a step towards war.

On the other hand as Finance Minister, I carry the responsibility to not allow Israel to fall into a state of economic anarchy.

We will consider how we can ease these problems.

We will not accept it. The Jewish state has the right and the duty to defend its people against terrorism exactly like Russia and the United States and Turkey and any other sovereign state.

I never saw the Americans or Brits postpone their activities in Afghanistan or Iraq and there also sometimes there were very heavy civilian casualties.

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