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Prime Minister Netanyahu Speaks with Nigerian President

12 May 2014

Prime Minister Netanyahu Speaks with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan
(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a visit to Japan, spoke on Sunday, 11 May, with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and told him that Israel expresses deep shock over the crime that has been committed against the girls. The Prime Minister added that Israel is ready to assist in locating the girls and in fighting the brutal terrorism that is taking place in Nigeria.


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