Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reported in a post on his Facebook page that his wife Sara spoke on Saturday by phone to Melania Trump, the first lady-elect.
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Mrs. Trump said she is looking forward to the Netanyahu's visit "at the first opportunity and that there will be wonderful relations between our countries and our families."
According to the post, the conversation was "heartfelt and warm." Among other things, Mrs. Netanyahu and the wife of President-elect Donald Trump discussed "the great challenge of raising children under the spotlight that accompanies their fathers who were elected as world leaders" and the importance of family time "to enable their children to grow up in a normal way like all their friends."