Aharonovitch: Israel prepared and ready for any scenario

August 14, 2012 17:53


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Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch welcomed the recent appointment of Avi Dichter as the new minister of homefront security, as well as commenting on Israels preparedness for war with Iran, according to Israel Radio on Tuesday.

Aharonovitch says both the police and fire departments are prepared and ready for any scenario, including a reaction against Iran if Israel is attacked.

The Israeli Minister added that his office recently undertook ​​a series of extensive exercises to prepare for an emergency. He welcomed the decision to appoint Avi Dichter and said that the timing of the appointment was "very good."

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