Edelstein to address United Nations on anti-Semitism

January 23, 2010 22:41


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Diaspora Affairs and Public Diplomacy Minister Yuli Edelstein will leave Sunday for New York where he will be the featured speaker at a United Nations meeting marking international Holocaust Remembrance Day on Wednesday.

Edelstein, who is the only West Bank resident among Likud ministers, will meet with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon on Monday and give him a new stamp in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

An exhibit sponsored by Yad Vashem will also open at the UN this week.

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