Lieberman adviser: Reported Sarkozy comments should be condemned

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 29, 2009 21:14

 
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Tzahi Moshe, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's media adviser, on Monday blasted comments which were reportedly made by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, in which the French leader was said to have told Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to fire Lieberman. "If the words attributed to the French president are correct, then the intervention of the president of a respected, democratic state in the affairs of another democratic state is a grave and unacceptable thing," he said. "We expect that - regardless of political affiliation - all political bodies in Israel condemn this callous intervention of a foreign state in our internal affairs."

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