Following Netanyahu’s visit to Oman, Tzipi Livni, Knesset opposition leader and former foreign minister, called for a modest description of Netanyahu’s so-called “historic visit” to Oman.
Livni opted for limiting Netanyahu’s chance to take personal advantage of that visit, especially if the general elections are brought forward. Also, it should be noted that a close reading of Livni’s statements uncovers some facts that have been kept out of media.
“I met the Omani foreign minister more than once. My meetings were fairly a matter of routine, whether in the united nations or elsewhere,” Livni said in an interview with Army Radio.
“one of the meetings, which was public in nature, was held in Doha, stressing that at the time I was Israel’s minister of foreign affairs. In this capacity, I was invited to the house of Qatar’s prince. There were the Omani foreign minister and other foreign ministers.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a rare visit to Oman, where he met with Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, his office said on Friday. Netanyahu who never shies away from speaking nonsense, said that the objective of the visit is to discuss a so-called peace and stability in the Middle East. But the visit was met with outrage from Arab people who refuse to normalize ties with the criminal Zionist entity.
Source: Israeli media