Lieberman: Turkey won't change Israel stance

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June 9, 2010 08:08

 
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It is impossible to change Turkey's stance towards Israel even with with extra pressure or gestures, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said during his visit in New York on Tuesday evening.

"We are talking about a strategic switch within Turkish leadership," Lieberman stressed, according to Israel Radio.During various meetings with Jewish leadership personalities in New York, Lieberman also said that he hoped the UN Security Council will adopt real, harsh sanctions on Iran.



The foreign minister underlined that the nuclear weapon which Iran could potentially obtain is an "international problem."

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