The Prime Minister said: "It's going to be a great opportunity for úto discuss the world matters, regional matters - our quest for peace and security. I do want to use the opportunity that we're here in this fantastic panorama to point out a simple fact: The walls of Jerusalem that you see behind us represent the capital of the Jewish people for 3,000 years.
All Israeli governments have built in Jerusalem. We're not going to change that. That's a natural thing. And I think that for us, the important thing is that we are committed to our capitals"
The ambassadors from China, India, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Australia (deputy ambassador), Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal, Vietnam and Sri Lanka (ambassador-designate) attended the meeting.