PM: Wikileaks shows world worried over Iran nuclear program

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 29, 2010 21:21

 
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During a meeting with German President Christian Wulff on Monday evening, Netanyahu commented on the Wikileaks documents revelation and said "the leaked diplomatic documents show that Iran's nuclear program is seen as a threat not only by Israelis, but also by other countries in the region and in the world."

Netanyahu also told Wulff during their meeting that "Germany can help advance the peace process between us and the Palestinians. It's in our interest, we welcome such cooperation and we will continue to strive for peace."

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