Former Mossad chief: PM's account of submarine sale 'unreasonable'

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March 27, 2019 20:21
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's account of the sale of advanced submarines from Germany to Egypt is "unreasonable" according to former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo in an interview with Kan news.

"The authorization that Israel gave to Germany to sell advanced submarines to Egypt I revealed only from the news," Pardo said in the interview. "I don't believe that there is a secret that the minister of defense, Chief of Staff and head of Mossad are not exposed to."

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