Flotilla backlash: EU wants inquiry, France condemns

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May 31, 2010 12:07

 
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European Union Foreign Minister Catherine Ashton has called for an international inquiry into the clashes that took place between Israeli soldiers and international activists aboard Gaza-bound protest ships on Monday.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner also spoke out on the events condemning Israel and adding that he was shocked that the IDF would attack the ships, reported Army Radio.

Greece has canceled a planned joint military exercise with Israel as a result of Monday's events.

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