EU clarifies: No intention to boycott settlement products

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December 6, 2012 20:04

 
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Boycotting products from the settlements is not a sanction the EU is considering to demonstrate its displeasure with Israel's recent decision to construct 3,000 new units in the settlement and push forward planning in E1, the EU's delegation in Tel Aviv clarified Thursday.

A spokesman at the EU delegation was responding to an article in Ma'ariv that said EU ministers scheduled to meet Monday to discuss Israel's recently announced settlement plans were considering "accelerating, in a full and effective measure, the implementation of legislation on labeling and boycotting settlement products."

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