Amb. Oren: 'Disagreement between US, Israel to be resolved soon'

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July 22, 2009 08:40

 
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Israel's Ambassador to the US Michael Oren said that the disagreement between the Unites States and Israel on the settlement issue will be resolved soon. Oren claimed that there was no confrontation and no tension between the two countries, Israel Radio reported Wednesday. In his first interview since he presented his credentials on Monday to US President Barack Obama, Oren said that there was willingness on both sides to resolve the issues.

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