Livni congratulates US Senator Kerry for appointment

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 22, 2012 16:22

 
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Former foreign minister Tzipi Livni sent a letter to US Senator John Kerry on Saturday to congratulate him on his appointment as US Secretary of State.

"I know how important Israel's security and how important the relations between the US and Israel are to you," The Tzipi Livni Party leader wrote, adding she had many conversations with Kerry about Israel's future and the advancing of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

"There's no doubt the role you have taken upon yourself is most significant in determining the direction in which the entire region will head during a very challenging time. Your success is our success and our future," she added.

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