A delegation comprising high-ranking prosecutors from countries whose citizens fell victim to the massacre perpetrated by Hamas in southern Israel on October 7 is currently in Israel.

The delegation comprises the Attorneys General of Germany, the USA, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Portugal, and Estonia, along with representatives from the prosecutor's offices of Japan, Australia, and Denmark.

The visit has been coordinated by the Israeli Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs.

On Monday, January 22, the government's legal adviser, Gali Baharav-Miara, held a meeting with members of the international delegation.

"Investigating and prosecuting the crimes committed by terrorists is a task of paramount importance for Israel," stated the legal adviser. She emphasized that the fight against terrorism must extend beyond safeguarding Israeli citizens, encompassing the safety of citizens from other nations as well.

Members of the delegation also toured the IDF's press base in Tel Aviv, where they were presented with a "confidential" video.

The footage comprised recordings captured by the terrorists themselves during the October 7 massacre, along with video material from surveillance cameras.

IDF Representative for Foreign Media Relations, Peter Lerner, provided the delegation with information regarding the October 7 terrorist attack and briefed them on the advancements of Operation Iron Swords.

Members of the delegation also held a meeting with Israeli State Prosecutor Amit Eisman. He discussed the activities of the prosecutor's office since October 7, outlining efforts to address Hamas in the legal domain.

Additionally, Eisman provided updates on the investigation against Nukhba militants and briefed the delegation on the cyber unit's work within the prosecutor's office.