Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet with Navajo President
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Updated Jan 6.
WINDOW ROCK – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly meant in the Holy land last year, the Tribe is looking at how Israel has its agriculture infrastructure set up.
The Shelly administration has been looking into ways to improve its infrastructure; Mr. Shelly will be the first Navajo Tribal President to meet with Benjamin Netanyahu and hopes to establish a working relationship between two Nations.
According to Deswood Tome, the President adviser said, “Several Navajo-faith based organizations with non-governmental ties have paid for a week-long excursion for Shelly and the first lady to travel to Israel to discuss and learn of the country’s advance agriculture technology, tourism setup, capital infrastructure and how government services are offered to rural areas throughout the country.”
President Shelly visited the Gaza strip and is hoping that Netanyahu will visit the Navajo Nation. Mr. Netanyahu has recently seen a tensions build up in his country Israel with Iran. This week, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany is meeting with Netanyahu to discuss relations between Germany and Isreal.
The Navajo Nation is one of the largest Native American Tribe in the world and this is certainly an indication the small town tribe is no longer a small town reservation- but is becoming a Global partner in shaping the future of Native America.