Israel, Turkey to exchange ambassadors after talks conclude

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May 8, 2013 13:06

 
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BEIJING- Israel and Turkey will exchange ambassadors shortly after an agreement on compensation over the Mavi Marmara is completely hashed out National Security Advisor Yaakov Amidror said Wednesday in Beijing

Amidror arrived in Beijing on Wednesday, two days ater meeting Turkish delegation for the second round of talks over the compensation package.

Amidror missed the Shanghai leg of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's five day visit to China because of his visit meeting with the Turkish delegation.

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