Jewish Agency head offers condolences to death of Solodkin

March 17, 2013 08:39


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The head of the Jewish Agency, Natan Sharansky, offered his condolences today after the passing of former MK Marina Solodkin.

"I am shocked at the sudden and tragic death of Marina," he said. "Immigrants from the Soviet Union did not have an advocate and defender who was as eager and uncompromising as Marina."

He continued further saying, "there was no problem for the immigrants that she considered small, she was prepared to undertake all efforts to help every hour of the day, and when she could not help anymore, she could not live."

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