Wednesday July 15, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Israeli ambassador Ophir Kariv

The diplomat makes no apology for articulating Israel’s objections to the Occupied Territories Bill, which has been the subject of much controversy in Irish politics in recent weeks

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
28th June, 2020
Ophir Kariv: ‘It is no secret that Ireland is one of the most challenging places in Europe for an Israeli diplomat.’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

In brief:

Name and role: Ophir Kariv, Israeli ambassador to Ireland

Lives: Donnybrook, Dublin

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