New campaign unveiled to bring Israelis back from Diaspora

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November 10, 2010 10:55

 
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Immigrant Absorption minister Sopha Landva unveiled plans Wednesday for a new campaign to bring Israelis living in the diaspora back home.

The campaign is aimed specifically at Israeli scientists, researchers, academics and doctors living abroad.

Speaking at the Knesset Committee for Aliyah Absorption and Diaspora, the minister said a hundred million Shekels would be invested in the next two years.

Representatives of the ministry will be heading to communities of Israelis living in the US, England, France and Russia in the coming weeks.

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