Livni: Lieberman wiped out years of peace efforts in 20 seconds

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April 3, 2009 08:27

 
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Opposition leader and former foreign minister Tzipi Livni on Friday blasted comments made by her successor Avigdor Lieberman that Israel was no longer obligated by the Annapolis peace process, and she called on Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu to announce that he himself was not of that opinion. Livni said Lieberman had acted "against Israel's interests," and had "wiped out in 20 seconds" years of efforts made to advance the peace process. Livni said Lieberman had acted "against Israel's interests," and had "wiped out in 20 seconds" years of efforts made to advance the peace process. "This is a process of negotiations toward a final settlement," Livni told Israel Radio. "It has received international recognition and the world supports it." Livni said she had "expected Netanyahu to declare: 'What the foreign minister said is not my opinion,' but I haven't heard that yet."

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