Significant progress has been made in the case against Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, police sources said on Wednesday.
National Fraud Unit investigators questioned Lieberman over suspicions of fraud, bribery, breach of public trust and fraudulent receipt of goods for five-and-a-half hours on Wednesday.
It was the foreign minister's fifth such interrogation session.
Police are believed to be in the final stage of the investigation against him and are expected to pass their findings soon to state prosecutors who have been following the investigation.
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