Treasury: US won't cut military aid to Israel despite cuts

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 23, 2011 11:33

 
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Senior White House and Congress officials clarified during a series of meetings with Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz that the United States has no intention to cut military aid to Israel, despite the drastic cuts in the US budget, The Finance Ministry reported Friday.

Steinitz was in Washington as part of an International Monetary Fund conference, during which he was expected to meet with finance ministers from all over the world.

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