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Thursday, February 22, 2018

The diplomat, who called Boris Johnson a “useful idiot” fired

A real scandal broke out after the publication of the TV channel Al Jazeera private conversation over dinner in the restaurant of Israeli diplomats, out of Macota with the official Mary Scricciolo in which he spoke impartially about the Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain. In the end, unlucky Masot paid position for their frankness and imprudence.

photo: youtube

Recall, the conversation occurred in October 2016. The journalist was also present at the table in the restaurant, however of his status in silence. As well as concealed from Macota and Scricciolo that their conversation is being recorded with a hidden camera.

Hidden camera footage reveals an Israeli diplomat discussing plans to “take down” Britain’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Sir Alan Duncan. pic.twitter.com/zdfwtQs7I6

— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) January 8, 2017

“Johnson is an idiot, but, as Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, he has no special duties… However, it is useful for Israel as it supports us,” rash said the Israeli diplomat, adding also that it would not hurt to remove from his post as Deputy head of UK foreign office Alan Duncan, regularly voicing criticisms against tel Aviv.

However, at the end of your post will lose it Masot – relevant information was announced by the Israeli Ambassador in London.

“Xai of Masot will soon leave his post at the Embassy,” the Ambassador said.

He also apologized to the British Ministry of foreign Affairs for the unpleasant incident.


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