Leaders head to EU ahead of Int'l Holocaust Remembrance Day

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January 25, 2010 07:12

 
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The country's leaders were preparing on Monday morning to travel to Europe in order to attend ceremonies marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which occurs on January 27.

President Shimon Peres is set to deliver an unprecedented Hebrew-language address at the German Bundestag, while Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will fly to Poland later in the day.

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and his deputy, Danny Ayalon, will attend ceremonies in Hungary and Slovakia.

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