Lieberman announces decision to open consulate in Germany

October 14, 2010 13:34


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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman met Wednesday with German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle in Berlin and announced his decision to open a consulate in Munich next year, according to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs statement.

The two ministers also agreed to set up working groups to broaden cooperation between the states, with an emphasis on the younger generation.Lieberman invited Westerwelle to visit Israel, and the German foreign minister replied that he would come to Israel soon.

The two also discussed Israeli Palestinians peace talks and Lieberman said that the Israeli people wants peace and that the government has already made many gestures to facilitate the negotiations.

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