Yvette Lieberman was visiting Korea at one of the most sensitive and important occasions for the Korean Government - hosting the Nuclear Summit due to take place March 26-27th.It should therefore be no surprise that Airport security wanted all bags checked. As he was travelling with a number of aides he could have given them his bag to carry and it would have gone thru security - unless of course there was something in it.How come the ex bouncer currently under suspicion of money laundering and other nefarious deeds would dare to refuse to have his luggage checked. Here we go again with the tough guy antics of Yvette Avigdor Lieberman - regretfully the Foreign Minister of Israel. Mr. Minister you make me ashamed to be an Israeli - are you trying to add our wonderful Korea to your list of countries that dont want relations with us? And what on earth was in your bag that you didnt want discovered???
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from the article: Lieberman refused to have luggage checked at South Korea's airport
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