Video: The 'Post's' first diplomatic conference

A host of people gathered at the conference in Herzliya to listen to a range of speakers.

By HADAS PARUSH
December 13, 2012 15:51
'Post'’s first annual Diplomatic Conference in Her

'Post'’s first annual Diplomatic Conference in Herzliya 390. (photo credit: Screenshot/ Hadas Parush)

 
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The Jerusalem Post held its first annual diplomatic conference on Thursday, bringing together a host of ambassadors, embassy spokespeople and business people in Herzliya.

Speakers included Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and US Ambassador Dan Shapiro.

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"It was terrific seeing ambassadors and envoys from around the world here, and supporting us so strongly, saying that they read The Jerusalem Post everyday, that they rely on us as a fair newspaper and website," said The Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Steve Linde.

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