Lieberman: 'My relations with Netanyahu are intact'

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberan attempted to dispel rumors that relations between him and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had soured, saying on Thursday that "our relations are intact."
"I spoke to the prime minister," after vetoing Uzi Arad, Netanyahu's choice for ambassador to London, Lieberman said. "We'll keep working together."
Speaking before a meeting with the Cypriot Foreign Minister, he said that Arad "certainly has what to contribute within Israel."