Report: Israeli intelligence head meets Pentagon officials

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January 30, 2013 14:35

 
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Military Intelligence head Maj.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi on Tuesday reportedly travelled to Washington to meet with American officials at the Pentagon, Al-Monitor, which is connected with pro-Hezbollah and pro-Assad circles quoted defense sources as saying.

According to Al-Monitor, among those Kochavi met at the Pentagon Tuesday was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey.National Security Council head Yaakov Amidror flew to Russia on Monday to discuss the Syrian crisis.



According to the report, Amidror discussed the issue of Syrian chemical weapons with officials in the country.

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