Peres: Actress Elkabetz was an extraordinary cultural ambassador for Israel

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April 19, 2016 09:33

 
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Former president Shimon Peres mourned the death of Israeli actress Ronit Elkabetz on Tuesday, calling her "an extraordinary cultural ambassador for the state of Israel."

Peres said that "on the various stages of the world, Ronit represented the citizens of Israel and the state of Israel with great pride, creativity and beauty."

The former president referred to Elkabetz as "a special personality, who combined writing talent and acting with her unique signature."

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