Ashkenazi to Dagan: We worked jointly for Israel's security

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 10, 2011 17:13

 
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Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi and members of the General Staff Forum on Monday bid farewell to outgoing Mossad chief Maj. Gen. (res.) Meir Dagan during a festive lunch at the Rabin base in Tel Aviv.

The Chief of Staff thanked Dagan for his work, saying: "In the last eight years, as head of Mossad, you were at the forefront of action, leading the organization in a special and challenging period, and you contributed in a unique and and mostly unrecognized way. In recent years we worked together in cooperation and understanding toward a top goal - Israel's security."

Dagan, in return, thanked Ashkenazi for his cooperation and wished him and General Staff Forum members success in their future endeavors.

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