At a meeting held this evening with Cabinet Secretary Tzvi Hauser, and with the participation of representatives of the Defense Ministry, the Finance Ministry and the management of the Ammunition Hill non-profit association, a solution was found to enable the continued operation of the Ammunition Hill site. Approximately NIS 1 million will be allocated for this purpose. In the second stage, a significant renovation and upgrade of the site is planned in the framework of the national heritage plan.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, "The heritage of heroism of IDF soldiers will continue. As I said yesterday at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting, Ammunition Hill will not be closed. It will remain open so that all Israelis will be able to stand on the ground on which the story of heroism of the Six Day War took place."