Danon: Netanyahu represented Israel faithfully at the UNGA

September 25, 2011 11:26


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu represented Israel loyally at the United Nations General Assembly, said Likud MK Danny Danon Sunday  in an interview with Israel Radio.

Reacting to the opposition's criticism of Netanyahu's performance at the UN, Danon said that the opposition should be praising Netanyahu for his true presentation of Israel.

In response to Kadima comments that Netanyahu is "all words and no action", Danon said that the public had chosen Likud because they were tired of the promises of the former governments, from which they realized that nothing was going to materialize. He added that there was no instant solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, but rather that it needed to be managed.

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