Rivlin to meet with Henry Kissinger during New York visit

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January 26, 2015 07:18

 
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President Reuven Rivlin is scheduled to meet with Henry Kissinger at the end of his visit in New York this week, a spokesman for the President's office said Monday.

Kissinger is a Noble Peace Prize winner and former US secretary of state.

Rivlin is in New York at the invitation of UN Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon. On Monday the two men will inaugurate a Yad Vashem exhibit at the United Nations entitled, “Shoah: How was it humanly possible?”

On Tuesday, Rivlin is to address a United Nations assembly marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Michael Wilner contributed to this report.

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