‘No country can tolerate riots in its airport'

This week's 20 Questions hosts Foreign Ministry Spokesman Yigal Palmor to discuss the diplomatic issues facing Israel.

By DEBORAH DANAN
July 8, 2011 18:28

 
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This week’s 20 questions hosts Yigal Palmor, the spokesman for the Foreign Ministry. Palmor discusses Israel’s ongoing efforts to face diplomatic challenges like the flotilla, fixing relations with Turkey, and the Palestinian bid for statehood.




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Regarding the air flotilla set to arrive over the weekend, Palmor says that no country can tolerate riots in its international airport. He also attributes the prevention of the sea flotilla to Israel’s diplomatic efforts.




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