Liberman meets delegation of Turkish journalists

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July 22, 2012 22:18

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, who has been adamant in his opposition to any Israeli apology to Turkey over the Mavi Marmara incident,  met Sunday in Jerusalem with a delegation of senior Turkish journalists.

The delegation, which includes journalists from some of Turkey's leading media outlets, was organized by the Foreign Ministry. The ministry often brings journalists to Israel from all over the world.

The group will meet other leading Israeli officials during the week, as well as visit the northern border, Sderot and Yad Vashem.

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