Israel complains to Turkey over Ahmadinejad’s visit

JERUSALEM: Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni complained on Thursday about a visit to Turkey by Iranian President Ahmadinejad in August and demanded that Ankara act to isolate Tehran. At a meeting with Turkish Defence Minister Vacdi Gonul, Livni “expressed her discontent over the visit by the Iranian president to Turkey,” her office said in a statement. “We must continue to strengthen international pressure against Iran and its president,” said Livni, who hopes to become prime minister after snap elections scheduled for February. She urged the Turkish government to “act more firmly to isolate Iran on the international stage and reiterated that measures adopted by the UN Security Council aimed at forcing Tehran to halt its uranium enrichment activity are not enough.”


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