Livni: Israel's relations with Turkey can be recovered

January 18, 2013 12:13


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Tzipi Livni said on Friday that relations with Turkey, that were strained following the May 2010 Mavi Marmara incident, can be recovered.

"We can rebuild the pragmatic axis in the region, that would include Turkey as well," The Tzipi Livni Party leader said at the Kibbutzim College in Tel Aviv.

"After the election, we need to clear the air with the United States, and work together in order to renew talks [with the Palestinians]," Livni asserted. "This will remove unilateral moves from the world off the table."

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