Construction of Sorek seawater desalienation plant approved

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June 20, 2010 14:10

 
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A national blueprint for the construction of a seawater desalination plant at Sorek was discussed at Sunday's weekly cabinet meeting.  The proposed facility would supply 150 million cubic meters of water annualy, said Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

The cabinet also discussed the mutual cancelation of the need for entry visas between Israel and Ukraine.  Netanyahu referred to Ukraine as a friendly nation that supported Israel in the struggle against the Goldstone report.

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