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Israel worries about Iran's intent to dominate Middle East (2)

(Xinhua)

10:47, September 06, 2012

Foreign Minister Terzi said he "fully concurs" with Peres' remarks on Iran, noting that his country has been "a very active player" in imposing tougher economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

Saying that his country's foreign policy is orientated more than ever before to the Mediterranean basin, Terzi described Israeli-Italian bilateral relations as "extraordinary" and said Israel is keystone to the region "as a great democracy and a great defender of human rights and human dignity," according to the statement.

Peres is due to depart Thursday morning for an international economic forum in northern Italy, where he is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Mario Monti and other top government officials and heads of international organizations. Peres will deliver a speech at a special plenary on changes in the Middle East and leadership during the global economic crunch of 2008, according to a statement.

While the Iranian issue featured prominently in the meeting between Peres and Terzi on Wednesday, the two also discussed the deepening crisis in Syria and the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

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