'Absurd that Turkish PM cuts trip while Netanyahu goes on'

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May 31, 2010 15:57

 
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Former head of the Mossad, General Danny Yatom, said on Monday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu should return home from North America where he is currently visiting. 

Speaking to Channel 2, Yatom said "it is absurd that the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan, has cut short his visit to South America while Netanyahu continues his travels in North America , the prime minister should be at home during a crisis." 

Netanyahu is due to meet Obama on Tuesday.

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