US: Jewish leaders hold talks with top gov't officials

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May 28, 2010 22:30

 
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More than 30 prominent US Jewish leaders held two days of extensive meetings in Washington with US officials responsible for US foreign policy in the Middle East, the Jewish Federation said Friday.

The delegation met with US Middle East George Mitchell and US ambassador to Israel Dennis Ross, and also held discussions with key senators and congressmen.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, currently in Canada, was due to visit Washington in the next few days.

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