Israeli ambassador to Romania headed to IAF crash site

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July 27, 2010 07:24

 
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Israeli Ambassador to Romania Aaron David and a crew from the Beit Hanassi in Jerusalem headed to the IAF crash site in Romania, Israel Radio reported Monday night.

Officials have reported that the training exercise occurred in Romania due to Israel's lack of sufficient training areas.

The training offered the IAF an opportunity to practice in unknown areas with foreign troops and provided an alternative to training in other foreign regions affected by Turkey's ban of Israeli aircraft from its airspace.


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