Lieberman: I hope Netanyahu's address will be well-balanced

June 14, 2009 14:17


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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Sunday said he hopes that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's long-awaited speech this evening will be well-balanced and will define the central interests that dictate Israel's foreign policy. According to Israel Radio, Liebermen would not say whether Netanyahu consulted with him before writing the address, but added that he was very much looking forward to hearing the speech. Lieberman leaves Israel on Sunday for a 10-day trip to Europe, the US and Canada, where he will meet with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, among others.

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