Netanyahu, Liberman hold talks on advancing unity government

Likud party chief Benjamin Netanyahu and Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman held a “good and matter-of-fact conversation” at IDF headquarters in Tel Aviv that focused on how to form a unity government, the parties say in a joint statement.

“The two agreed to meet again,” the statement says.

The meeting comes after Yisrael Beytenu’s negotiators met with their Blue and White counterparts earlier and made “real progress” in coalition talks.

Netanyahu is set to address a rally in Tel Aviv later warning against a potential Blue and White minority government backed by the Joint List of predominantly Arab parties.

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