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Israel demands from Ukraine to explain support for anti-Israel UN resolutions
14:42, 25 December 2016
Israel demands from Ukraine to explain support for anti-Israel UN resolutions

In addition to the Ambassador of Ukraine, Israeli Prime Minister called ambassadors of other countries supported the resolution

14:42, 25 December 2016

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (who is also the Minister of Foreign Affairs - Ed.) instructed to call the ambassadors of several countries for the conversation, during which he will demand explanations about the voting in the UN Security Council, reports "Ninth Channel".

We are talking about ambassadors of countries with which Israel has diplomatic relations: China, France, Russia, the USA, Egypt, Japan, New Zealand, Ukraine and Uruguay.

The publication notes that today in the morning, Israeli Foreign Ministry has already talked about it with the ambassador of the United Kingdom.

Meeting with ambassadors of other countries will take place today.

Yesterday the UN Security Council adopted a resolution which stated that building of Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory "has no legal force and is a flagrant violation of international law." For the resolution have voted Ukraine, Russia, France, Britain, Spain, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia, Senegal, Uruguay, Venezuela, Angola and Egypt. The only member of the Security Council abstained was the United States.

The authors of the document are Malaysia, New Zealand, Senegal and Venezuela.

Also Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to cancel the visit of the Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, who was to arrive in Israel next week.

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