RAMALLAH, June 17 (JMCC) - Israeli officials discussed Wednesday the fate of the various personal belongings confiscated from activists aboard a fleet
-bound ships intercepted by the Israeli navy late last month.
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borisov phoned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu earlier this week to ask when Israel was going to return the personal belongings of a number of Bulgarian nationals who sailed on the Gaza flotilla and whose belongings were confiscated by the IDF, The Jerusalem Post has learned.Read
The Bulgarian leader’s call came as the issue of cameras, personal computers and other items confiscated by Israel during the raid on the Mavi Marmara was quietly becoming something of a diplomatic issue.
The matter came up during a meeting Foreign Ministry Director-General Yossi Gal held Wednesday with the corps of ambassadors stationed here.
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