US, Israeli national security advisers discuss Iran nuclear program

By REUTERS
February 20, 2015 07:46

 
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WASHINGTON - US national security adviser Susan Rice met with her Israeli counterpart, Yossi Cohen, at the White House on Thursday for a discussion on Iran's nuclear program, among other issues, the White House said.

The White House said the national security advisers agreed to continue close consultations. The meeting comes at a tense time in US-Israeli relations and ahead of a controversial visit to Washington next month by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

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