Sweden, Greece summon Israeli ambassadors over flotilla

May 31, 2010 11:39


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Sweden and Greece summoned their Israeli ambassadors to their respective capitals Monday to explain the loss of life in the IDF storming of the “Free Gaza” flotilla.

If the assault occurred in international waters, “there will be serious repercussions,”Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt stated.

Turkey was the first country to call its Israeli envoy, earlier in the day.

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