New Israeli ambassador in Cairo visits Foreign Ministry

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 13, 2011 16:37

 
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The new Israeli ambassador to Egypt Yaakov Amitai visited the Foreign Ministry in Cairo for the first time on Tuesday, Israel Radio reported.

Yaakov Amitai landed in Egypt Monday to begin his term, replacing Yitzhak Levanon. The latter was ambassador when the embassy was stormed during protests over the killing in August of Egyptian guards by IDF troops pursuing terrorists who had killed eight Israelis on the border.   

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