FM Liberman will depart today to participate in the OSCE conference in Kazakhstan, where he will also meet with the foreign ministers of several countries
(Communicated by the Foreign Minister’s Bureau)
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman will leave today (Thursday 15 July 2010) to attend the conference of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), which is being held in Kazakhstan.
FM Liberman will participate in various meetings and discussions at the conference, which will be attended by foreign ministers and high-level representatives from the 56 OSCE participating states. FM Liberman will also meet with several foreign ministers, among them the foreign minister of Germany, Canada, Greece, Poland, the Ukraine.
In his meetings with his counterparts, FM Liberman will discuss matters on the international and regional agenda, and will also brief them on the outcome of the meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Barak Obama and the negotiations with the Palestinians. In addition, FM Liberman will present the government’s new policy regarding the Gaza Strip, including plans for the establishment of new projects and additional easing of restrictions aimed at improving the conditions of Gaza Strip residents. In addition, he will discuss issues concerning regional security and bilateral issues that relate to Israel’s relationship with each of the countries.