PM to meet with Lieberman on secret Zurich meeting

July 1, 2010 15:46


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's communications adviser Nir Hefetz met with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman Thursday in a meeting that Foreign Ministry sources say was scheduled prior to the beginning of the crisis between Lieberman and Netanayhu.

Lieberman is scheduled to meet with Netanayhu on Friday to discuss the latest developments in the affair in which Lieberman was not notified of a meeting in Zurich between Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu and Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Binyamin Ben Eliezer.

Sources close to the Prime Minister said that Netanyahu hopes to convince Lieberman at Friday's meeting that the Foreign Minister was not updated on the Zurich meeting because of a technical problem, Israel Radio reported.

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