In his address, two days after the conclusion of the June 1967 War, Eshkol recounts the series of events that led to war, the war itself, and the immediate aftermath. He reaches out to Arab states for seeking a path to peace with Israel’s belligerent neighbors. A week later, Israel will quietly message Cairo and Damascus through the US, that Israel seeks an end to the conflict. No answers are received. (source)
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