Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman arrived in France on Tuesday evening, where government officials expected to question him about the Middle East peace process, Gaza and Lebanon.
France, the second leg of Lieberman's European tour, also wants to discuss Iran and Syria with Lieberman, who was in Rome on Monday.
In Italy, Lieberman stressed that the new Israeli government was still drawing up its foreign policy, which Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is expected to unveil before talks with President Barack Obama in mid-May.
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