Israel reportedly assures US it's not planning any 'surprises' on Iran

May 14, 2009 09:09


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Israel has assured the US that it is not planning any "surprises" on the Iranian issue by making any moves that haven't been coordinated with Washington, Israel Radio quoted a senior Jerusalem source as saying Thursday. Meanwhile, ahead of Netanyahu's trip to Washington, National Security Council head Uzi Arad, the prime minister's senior adviser Ron Dermer and Attorney Yitzhak Molcho, his personal go-between with the Obama administration, were set to fly to the US. The three will meet US National Security Council official Dan Shapiro to make preparations for Netanyahu's meeting with US President Barack Obama.

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