Netanyahu applauds Nadav Guedj for Eurovision ranking

May 25, 2015 00:37


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday congratulated 16-year-old Nadav Guedj for his ninth-place ranking in the annual Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna on Saturday.

"On Saturday night, the eve of Shavuot, we came in ninth at the Eurovision song competition which took place this year in Austria," Netanyahu wrote on his Facebook page. "Congratulations to Nadav Guedj for this impressive achievement, and to the entire Israeli delegation that is coming home with lots of pride."

Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow won the final of the 60-year-old competition, with his song "Heroes."

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