The Knesset Land of Israel Caucus toured the Binyamin Region on Thursday morning to see firsthand the issues that need to be addressed in the Knesset.

During the tour, the lawmakers from the caucus visited various sites, heard about different issues from regional representatives, and met with the region's residents.

Among those who attended the tour was MK Yuli Edelstein (Likud). Speaking with Israel National News- Arutz Sheva at the event, Edelstein addressed the ecological damage caused by the Palestinian Authority, "I'm happy to be here to, on the one hand, see what we have to take care of immediately, and unfortunately, what we see around us is a lot of problems, especially in the field of the environment, no one is really trying to prevent the Palestinians from causing damage for the future generations here and all over, for themselves and the Jews."

MK Edelstein added: "On the other hand, I'm happy to see the development of different communities here; I remember them small, but now they are quickly developing. They are much bigger, and I sincerely believe that we as members of Knesset can work both ways to see that something that has to be taken care of is taken care of and, on the other hand, to help develop Judea and Samaria and the whole state of Israel."