PM envoy Shoval to DC to meet media, academics

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February 4, 2013 14:08

 
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Former ambassador to the US Zalman Shoval, who Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu re-appointed as his special envoy to the US and Europe, will travel to Washington Sunday to meet with the media and think tanks.

Shoval, a long-time Netanyahu confidant, meets regularly with the prime minister and is often present in meetings in Jerusalem between Netanyahu and top US officials. He also serves as chairman of a National Security Council advisory forum on the US.

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