Livni urges reconciliation between Turkey, Israel

September 7, 2011 15:32

Opposition leader Tzipi Livni told Israel Radio on Wednesday that Israeli and Turkish representatives should continue working to solve the crisis that has developed between the two nations, after nearly two and a half years of heated and tense ties.

Livni said that Turkey has spread the opinion that Israel is weak and internationally isolated in light of the lack of negotiations with the Palestinian Authority, which has also placed the US in an uncomfortable position.

She said it was time that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu understood that Israel's security has taken a blow by the lack of peace talks.

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