Barak meets Canadian counterpart, confirms good relations

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January 10, 2011 14:54

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Monday expressed solidarity with Canada as he met with his Canadian counterpart, Peter MacKay, in Tel Aviv.

"Canada is a friend of Israel, MacKay is a friend of Israel, and he also initiated a very important conference with representatives from all over the world that took place in Halifax dealing with national security," Barak said.

"I was able to take part in the conference and see how much work and time they invested," Barak continued.  

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