Despite tension in north, PM still going to China

May 5, 2013 13:43

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is going ahead with his five-day trip to China, despite the heightened tension following reports that Israel carried out attacks against Syria on Sunday.

Officials in the Prime Minister's Office said the trip was still on as planned.  The Prime Minister's departure, however, will be delayed by two hours, reportedly to allow for a security cabinet meeting to discuss the situation in Syria.Netanyahu is due back on Friday.


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