Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Israel ceases cooperation with Angola over UN vote

More reaction to the UN Resolution. As part of a series of recent acts demonstrating his displeasure with countries that voted for the recent anti-Israel UN resolution, PM Netanyahu is instructing that Israel’s Foreign Ministry Cooperation and International Development arm stop its activities with Angola, which voted for the resolution.

As joint activity with Angola is currently sparse, the move is largely symbolic.
In addition, the arrival of an Angolan internist who was to arrive for a course in Israel is to be cancelled, according to Ynet. Although it voted for the resolution, Angola had originally promised Israel that it would abstain from voting. (Read More)