FM to Ashton: First solve Iran problem, then Palestinians

February 15, 2011 15:04


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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told visiting EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton on Tuesday that "the main problem at present, in the Middle East, in the world, is the problem of Iran."

First try solving the Iranian problem, he told Ashton, "then our readiness to take risks and solve the Palestinian problem will be higher."

Ashton was also scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netnayhu.

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