Netanyahu: We must unite the country

April 11, 2015 22:52


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Israel's government will work to unite the country, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday evening at a Mimouna celebration, an event marking the end of Passover.

"Now that the election dust has settled, we must unite the country," the premier said at Or Akiva, a coastal town in Northern Israel.

"We are committed to developing the country," the longtime Likud leader said, promising to lower housing prices and the cost of living. "We promised to do this and it will be our first task" after the premier forms a coalition, he added.

Netanyahu also talked about the vital need for security.

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