Netanyahu cancels planned trip to World Economic Forum in Davos

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 9, 2017 13:54

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cancelled his scheduled trip to the World Economic Forum at Davos later this month, the premier's office announced Monday.

No reason was given in the announcement.

The New York Post reported last month that US President-elect Donald Trump invited Netanyahu to his January 20 inauguration which will in part overlap with the international economic summit being held from January 17-20.

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