Israel-US cooperation at UN 'very close', Jerusalem official says

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September 23, 2014 02:02

 
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Despite the high profile tension between Jerusalem and Washington during Operation Protective Edge, cooperation between Israel and the US at the UN is “very close,” officials in Jerusalem said Monday.

The officials said this “openness” and “consultation” between Israel and the US is evident throughout the UN system, and was very apparent during the Gaza operation.

The comments came on the eve of the UN General Assembly’s annual debate, scheduled to begin Wednesday and run through September 30.

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