Netanyahu: I'm safeguarding Israel's security with US deal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 18, 2010 21:21

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke at the ceremony for his Prime Minister's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Prize in Haifa on Thursday. Netanyahu said that following his talks with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, that "we are in intense contacts to advance understandings to propel the political process forward."

The prime minister reiterated that he is "safeguarding the interests [of the country], chiefly security." He added, "If I receive such an offer, I will bring it to the cabinet for approval and I have no doubt that members of the government will accept it."

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