Governor Scott Walker talks trade with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The two met for about one hour Monday in Jerusalem, during the first full day of a trade mission led by the Republican Walker. The governor’s office says they talked about ways to improve relations between Wisconsin and Israel, plus issues Israel is dealing with. The governor also took part in a tree planting ceremony at a “peace forest” and a wreath laying event at a Holocaust memorial. Walker has a number of business people and officials from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation on the trip — and they’re in Tel Aviv today (Tuesday) to seek partnerships for the Milwaukee area’s water technology sector.