'There is no greater privilege,' President Peres concludes seven-year term

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July 24, 2014 18:55

 
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President Shimon Peres gave his final speech as president, before president-elect Rivilin's swearing in. He thanked Israel for the privilege of serving the country and its citizens for the past seven years.

"There is no greater privilege," he said, adding "I finish my job but I will continue to serve the country with the belief that we are a model society
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