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Prosor elected as UN General Assembly VP

Israel's ambassador to the United Nations to serve as one of 21 vice presidents at global body

Yitzhak Benhorin June 8, 2012

WASHINGTON - Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor was elected to serve as one of the General Assembly's vice presidents.

 Prosor, 53, who has been serving as Israel's envoy to the global body for the past year, will take office as one of the assembly's 21 vice presidents in September. He is the third Israeli diplomat to be elected for the position.

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