Danon: Budget cuts would damage national security

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April 14, 2013 09:58

 
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In light of cutbacks proposed to the defense budget by the Finance Ministry, Deputy Minister of Defense Danny Danon said such cuts would damage national security, Israel Radio reported Sunday.

Cutbacks would have a civilian aspect, causing the dismissal of thousands of employees in the defense industry, Danon said.

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