The British, French, Italian and Spanish ambassadors to Israel were told that their persistently one-sided positions against Israel and in support of the Palestinians is unacceptable, unbalanced and in disregard of the reality on the ground.

 Four ambassadors summoned to Foreign Ministry

 

(Communicated by the Foreign Minister’s Bureau)

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman instructed the Foreign Ministry to summon the British, French, Italian and Spanish ambassadors to Israel, and to make it clear to them that their persistently one-sided positions against Israel and in support of the Palestinians is unacceptable and creates the feeling that they are only looking to place blame on Israel.

FM Liberman directed that the ambassadors be told that Israel is making great efforts to facilitate continued dialogue with the Palestinians, and that the position of these countries, beyond being unbalanced and in disregard of the reality on the ground, is seriously harming the chances of reaching any agreement between the two sides.