Netanyahu meets in Jerusalem with visiting President Mori of Micronesia

November 30, 2014 21:23


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Micronesia is part of the world's small "moral minority," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the country's visiting President Manny Mori during an hour-long meeting Sunday.

Netanyahu's meeting with the leader of the western Pacific state made up of some 610 islands and only 106,000 people on a very crowded political day is a sign of appreciation for Micronesia's strong support for Israel in international forums, one government official said. 

Micronesia is one of the few countries in the world that can be counted on to vote with Israel at the UN and in other international bodies.  The two leaders discussed ways to enhance cooperation.

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