This coming week in Jerusalem, Homeland security ministers from 17 countries will be gathering for the annual Global Forum on Counterterrorism, Incitement and Cyber Threats, which according to Israel’s Public security minister, is ‘recognition of Israel’s abilities.’
By Itsik Saban and Israel Hayom Staff
Top security officials from around the world are slated to attend the first Global Forum on Counterterrorism, Incitement and Cyber Threats in Jerusalem next week.
The three-day conference, scheduled to be held on June 12-14, is an initiative promoted by Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan. President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and intelligence, police and military officials will attend the symposium, alongside homeland and public security ministers from the United States, Canada, Germany, Albania, Romania, Azerbaijan, Greece, Bulgaria, Rwanda, Hungary, Georgia, Ghana, Latvia, Croatia, Paraguay, Lithuania, and Serbia.