Netanyahu informed of Egyptian Air debris washing up on Netanya coast

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July 7, 2016 20:27

 
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ADDIS ABABA - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was informed during his stay in Ethiopia Thursday that debris from the Egyptian Air plane that crashed in the Mediterranean on May 19  washed up onto shore near Netanya.

Netanyahu, according to his spokesman, gave directives to transfer to the Egyptians the parts of the destroyed plane, perhaps as early as Friday.

In accordance with international regulations, France was also informed of the finding, since Paris was the plane's point of departure. Some 66 people were killed in the crash.

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