Report: Dagan underwent liver transplant in Belarus

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 16, 2012 22:45

 
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Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan secretly underwent liver transplant surgery in Belarus, according to Israeli media reports published on Tuesday.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said at a press conference that a former Mossad chief had been operated on in the country ten days ago and was currently in recovery. Israeli media reported that the former Mossad chief in question was Dagan, although Lukashenko did not mention him by name.

According to the reports, Lukashenko said that the former Mossad chief came to Belarus for the operation after doctors in the US and Germany refused to perform the surgery.

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