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    Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

    DPR Roet: Aid Helped Hamas Build Terror Tunnels

    07.23.2014

    Israel's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN , Ambassador David Roet, delivered a speech on Operation Protective Edge at the Security Council: "Hamas is more interested in warfare than the welfare of the Palestinian people"

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    Rockets Found in UNRWA's School in Gaza

    07.17.2014

    Israel's ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor, responded to the discovery of rockets in a UN-sponsered school in the Gaza Strip: "Instead of enriching schools with textbooks, Hamas fills its schools with terror"

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    Amb. Prosor Addresses the Security Council

    07.11.2014

    ​Israel's ambassador to the U.N. Ron Prosor sounded a siren in the Security Council while delivering a speech about the latest development in the region

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    Prosor to UNSC: Attacks from Lebanon violate 1701

    07.16.2014

    ​Israel's Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor sent a letter to the President of the Security Council about the latest rocket attack from Lebanon to Israel: "We call on the Security Council to ensure the enforcement of Resolution 1701"

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    Amb. Prosor: "Enough is Enough"

    06.23.2014

    Ambassador Prosor released a statement following the Security Council briefing on the situation in the Middle East. He said, "It is time for the international community to loudly and clearly say that ‘enough is enough."

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    Ambassador Ron Prosor United Nations Israel New York

    Ambassador Ron Prosor became Israel’s 16th Permanent Representative to the United Nations in June 2011.