Yacimovich expresses regret over Barak resignation

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November 26, 2012 11:23

 
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Labor Party leader Shelly Yacimovich, expressed regret on Monday following the resignation of Ehud Barak.

Yachimovich said in a statement Barak was "highly regarded" in international security, commending his contribution to the army and national security as Israel's most decorated soldier, adding that he did more for security than the Israeli public know of.

She wishes Barak success, adding that she hoped he would continue to advise Israeli policy when needed.

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