Peres: Obama brings message that skepticism must not win

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March 20, 2013 17:15

 
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US President Barack Obama bring clear message to Israel, that skepticism mustn't win the day, President Shimon Peres said Wednesday in a joint press conference with his US counterpart following a meeting between the two.

"This is not only a wish but a possibility - there is no other way to make the future better and no other leader to make this possible," Peres stressed.

He told Obama that he had an "impressive record of answering our needs," particularly in the  domain of security. "Your vision is achievable."


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