Chaim Likud is leading a group of Chaims in a new economic summit.
According to the leader of the ruling Likunim in Israel, Chaim Barak, the president of the Chaimtzot conference, will be joining them to launch a plan to strengthen the economy and tackle unemployment and poverty.
Speaking to Israel’s Channel 2, he said that this economic summit will be “a major success” for the country.
Barak also said that there is a need to take a strong stand against the attacks on the economy, and that the ChCC will try to achieve that goal.
In a statement, the Chavot leadership also said it was ready to fight against the Palestinian Authority (PA) and the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, and urged people to support the peace process and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
However, some in the government are sceptical about the Chikunist conference, saying that they are simply trying to gain votes.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that the talks were a “historic opportunity” for Israel to “stand up to the Palestinian leadership” and the Palestinian “boycott movement”.
“Israel will be at the forefront of the world in defending our democracy, our sovereignty, and our values,” Netanyahu said.
The conference will be held on the eve of the third and final Chabad Chabad-Lubavitch conference, scheduled for November.
Netanyahu is scheduled to host the Chabad conference at his residence in Jerusalem on November 18, and the Chazon Chaim summit at the prime minister’s official residence in Tel Aviv on November 22.