Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday told visiting German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle that Palestinian militants in Gaza will pay a price for rocket attacks against the Jewish state, Xinhua reported.
During a meeting with Westerwelle talking about regional security issues, Netanyahu said Gaza militants cannot go on with impunity.
"They have paid a price in the past for these crimes and they' ll pay a price again. So I look forward to our discussions on enhancing peace and security in a very troubled region," Netanyahu said, according to an official statement.
Palestinians militants fired three Grad rockets at southern Israel early Sunday, forcing two municipalities to cancel school.