Head of Shin Bet says farewell to IDF Chief of Staff

February 2, 2015 16:17


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Head of the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) Yoram Cohen said goodbye on Monday to IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz in a special meeting that took place in central Israel.

The head of the Shin Bet expressed gratitude and appreciation for the long years of cooperation between the organizations, which found expression in hundreds of operations and everyday activities that prevented terror and preserved the security of Israel.

The head of the Shin Bet thanked the outgoing Chief of Staff personally and wished him success on finishing his job and moving into civilian life.

The Chief of Staff stated that the valuable cooperation between the two organizations brought unprecedented success in operations that helped safeguard the State of Israel. 

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