Head of Kadima party Tzipi Livni (Photo:Reuters)
Tzipi Livni, head of Israeli opposition party, Kadima, has accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his coalition of isolating Israel in regional and international spheres.
“The extreme right-wing orientation of the ruling coalition made the whole world against us, and we cannot avoid the status quo,” Livni told the Hebrew Radio Station.
Furthermore, Livni expressed her fear that such international isolation could threaten the long term future of the Jewish state.
Livni called on Netanyahu’s coalition to push forward with the stalled peace process and fix strained relations with Turkey and Egypt.