Livni to Solana: We must show Gazans to what degree they depend on us

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 3, 2007 15:17

 
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"The situation in Sderot is intolerable and unjustified," Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni told the European Union' Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana, Monday. "One cannot accept a situation where Sderot children are living under threat while those in Gaza continue with their daily routine. We must use additional means apart from military ones, to make clear to Gaza residents that their way of life is dependent on Israel," Livni told Solana after a salvo of seven Kassam rockets caused worried parents to take their children out of school on the second day of the school year. Solana arrived in Israel on Sunday and also met with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, in Ramallah.

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