Rivlin: Israel ignored in creation of Palestinian state

September 20, 2011 15:25


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While efforts were being made for the creation of a Palestinian state, no efforts were being devoted to the preservation of the Jewish state,  said Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin on Tuesday, at a meeting  attended by dozens of European Union ambassadors serving in Israel.

He said that the international community was sending the message that Israel was not part of the issue and that decisions were being made without Jerusalem's input.

Present at the meeting was the ambassador to the EU, and the ambassadors of Britain, Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Poland, Italy, Holland.

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