Thursday, February 24, 2011

Shimon Peres is "nervous" about the presence of Iranian warships near Israel

..- Madrid president of Israel, Shimon Peres, has downplayed on Wednesday the passage of two ships of war in the Suez Canal after Egypt gave its approval and has described this fact as mere "political provocation." Breakfast Briefings in Europe Press, commented wryly that "boats usually do not change the sea, so the Suez Canal" still there "after those ships crossing the canal.

"It's not as relevant," said Peres, for whom this fact is "political provocation" that "should not get so nervous." The two ships are expected to reach the coast of Syria through the Mediterranean Sea, after Egypt, which controlled the sea passage, gave his consent. Last week, Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, described as "provocation" the intent of the frigate 'Alvand' and the mother ship 'Kharg' crossing the canal route to Syria, considering it a sign of strengthening the alliance between Damascus and Tehran, Tel Aviv resgionales enemies.

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