Peres meeting with Obama pushed to Tuesday

May 2, 2009 02:50


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President Shimon Peres's White House meeting with US President Barack Obama was pushed back to Tuesday, when he will also meet with Vice President Joe Biden and Speaker of the US House, Nancy Pelosi. On Monday, after he addresses the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's annual conference, Peres will meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Chairman of the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee, John Kerry, who will also be addressing the AIPAC gathering.

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