A company spokeswoman said that Orange chief executive Stephane Richard, whose remarks about ending a licensing deal have caused anger in Israel, will meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday during a visit to the country. In a statement, spokeswoman Nilly Richman said, "Richard declared that he is happy to have a chance to clarify Orange Group commitment to Israel." She added that the CEO also planned to meet Israel's former head of state Shimon Peres. Israel protested to France after Richard said last week that he would terminate a licensing arrangement with Israel's Partner Communications "tomorrow morning" if the contracts allowed. Orange is 25 percent owned by the French government. Partner operates under the Orange brand name through a licensing deal that is believed to expire in 10 years but has no other connection to the French company.
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