Netanyahu arrives in Ottawa for 5-day Canada, US trip

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March 2, 2012 17:06

 
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OTTAWA, CANADA - Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu arrived in Ottawa Canada early Friday morning to begin a five-day visit to both Ottawa and Washington, DC.

Netanyahu was met at the airport by Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird,  and several hours after his arrival will go to the parliament to meet Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Neither Netanyahu nor any of his spokesman spoke to the press on the flight from Tel Aviv to Ottawa. After the meeting with Harper, the two men will hold a joint press conference.

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