Lieberman: U.S.-Israel Differences Should be Kept Behind Closed Doors
Times of Israel – The Israeli government needs to get over its public spat with the United States over its Iran policy, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said Tuesday, launching a surprising attack on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has openly criticized Washington’s approach in nuclear talks with Tehran in recent days.
“We need to understand that relations with US are foundations set in stone; without them we can’t compete in the contemporary world,” Liberman said. “All these differences of opinion, which are natural and have always existed, should simply not be aired as publicly as they were. I think a step to calm them is important, and we will already start dealing with this tomorrow.”