Foreign minister reshuffles her staff

August 28, 2007 19:07


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Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni announced the appointment of three new staffers to her bureau Tuesday, as part of a major reorganization of her office. Amir Goldstein, a former vice president at Celcom and Amdocs, will become her chief of staff; her long time assistant Limor Toledano, will be appointed one of her advisors and deputy Kadima spokesman Gil Messing will become another of her advisors. In addition, Livni's current media advisor, Ido Aharoni, was appointed to head a project relating to Israel's "branding," as well as coordinator of Israel's 60th Independence Day celebrations abroad

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