Netanyahu addresses developments in Tunisia, Lebanon

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January 16, 2011 11:17

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at the Sunday cabinet meeting addressed the civil uprising in Tunisia that forced a 25-year dictator to flee the country over the weekend. Netanyahu said that "we are vigorously following the developments," referring also to the past week's instability in Lebanon.

The prime minister continued: "The area we live in is unstable," adding that "everyone today sees centers of great instability in the geographic area we live in." Netanyahu said, "we hope that the quiet and the security will return to the region."

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