Independence Day

Netanyahu may absent himself from Independence Day events to visit wounded soldiers

According to the Prime Minister's Office, his schedule remains unconfirmed.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)

The Prime Minister may be absent tomorrow from all state ceremonies celebrating Independence Day, including the International Bible Contest and the Israel Prize award ceremonies.

According to a report by Kann 11 News, Netanyahu is considering spending this time visiting wounded soldiers at hospitals across the country.

It should be noted that the Prime Minister's schedule has not yet been made official.

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