Ayalon: 'No document can damage our friendship with the US'

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November 28, 2010 20:15

 
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Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said on Sunday that the documents released by Wikileaks will not harm the relations between Israel and the US.

"There's nothing to get excited about," Ayalon said. "We have to be patient. As someone who knows Israel-US relations from up close, I can say that our joint interests are the basis of the relationship, and not small issues hear and there."

"No document can damage our friendship with the US," Ayalon added.

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