Ambassador Prosor regrets decision to expel Israeli official

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 23, 2010 18:29

 
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Israeli Ambassador to the UK Ron Prosor expressed sorrow on Tuesday over a British decision to expel an official working at Israel's embassy in London.

British Foreign Minister David Miliband on Tuesday announced the decision was reached after a probe linked Israel to the forgery of UK passports used in a suspected Mossad operation in Dubai to assassinate Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

"The ties with Britain are important and we regret the decision," Prosor said in a statement reported on Sky news.

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