CIA director, Defense Minister meet to discuss Syria

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May 17, 2013 06:32

 
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CIA director John Brennan arrived in Israel on Thursday on a surprise visit to discuss the situation in Syria, an Israeli official said.

Brennan held talks soon after his arrival with Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon in Tel Aviv, the official added.

Channel 10 reported that Ya’alon told Brennan that Israel “will not permit the transfer of weapons” from Syria to Hezbollah in Lebanon.

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