Ayalon: Israel told Arab gov'ts to stop further breaches

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May 16, 2011 07:37

 
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Israel has sent messages to Syria and other neighboring Arab countries demanding that they prevent any future border breaches like the one that took place on Sunday, Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon told Army Radio on Monday.

Ayalon, noting that the security establishment needs to figure out where breakdowns took place in its response to the cross-border demonstrations, said we need to thank the commanders and soldiers who kept the situation under control.

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