Israel sends blunt message to New Zealand: Don't try to renew peace talks

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October 29, 2015 10:59

 
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Israeli officials summoned New Zealand's ambassador to Tel Aviv on Wednesday to express their displeasure with the government in Wellington for attempting re-start Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations by using its position as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council.

According to Channel 2, the ambassador, Jonathan Curr, was called in for a meeting with National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen, who made clear in no uncertain terms that the Israeli government will countenance any diplomatic effort to re-ignite peace negotiations with Ramallah.

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