Olmert slams Netanyahu, urges him to answer to US requests

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October 12, 2010 18:24

 
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Former prime minster Ehud Olmert slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government on Tuesday calling on it to answer to requests made the US to renew the West Bank settlement moratorium.

Speaking at the Socio-Economic Forum put on by the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry Olmert said Netanyahu's government should stop "arguing and offending the whole world."

Olmert attacked Netanyahu's policy makers and said "you think in your opinion that it's OK to argue with the whole world, to offend the whole world and to enjoy the economic fruits these states have to offer.

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