Barak met with Egyptian intelligence chief over Libyan ship

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July 10, 2010 15:41

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak met Saturday with Egyptian Intelligence Chief Omar Suleiman and discussed the Libyan flotilla that was set to arrive in the Gaza Strip.

The two discussed the possibilities of the aid ship being accepted at the Egyptian port of El Arish.

Barak reiterated his stance that Israel is opposed to allowing aid ships to dock at the Gaza port.

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