Israeli Diplomats Working to Combat Upcoming Paris ‘Peace’ Summit

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The Jerusalem Post reports: Israel’s ambassadors around the world are engaged in a two-prong approach to combating the upcoming Paris Mideast conference, on one hand trying to convince countries not to attend, and on the other hoping to persuade those countries that will participate not to pass a resolution that might then be taken to the UN Security Council.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told ambassadors to European countries on Tuesday that there are signals there will be attempts to take decisions made at the Paris conference on January 15 and turn them into a resolution that may be brought to the Security Council.

Netanyahu said that Israel’s primary diplomatic efforts now are aimed at preventing that from happening, adding that the government was already investing a great deal of effort in this campaign.

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