Lapid: Israel needs to regain world's attention and sympathy on Iran

November 24, 2013 19:47


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Israel need to regain the world's attention on Iran's nuclear program, Finance Minister Yair Lapid said on Sunday during a meeting with Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende.

"We lost the world's ear, it doesn't listen to us anymore. We must ensure it listens to us, and at the same time restore some of the intimacy in our relations with the US," he said.

The Finance Minister said that at the end of the six months of the interim deal, a deal Israel can live with needs to be reached, which is why Israel now needs to focus its energy on regaining the world's attention and sympathy.

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