Watch: Ambassador Shapiro, Indyk discuss US-Israel relations

Current US envoy to Israel to make speech at INSS conference; former ambassador to partake in panel discussion.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 17, 2015 13:22

Shapiro, Indyk at INSS conference

Shapiro, Indyk at INSS conference

 
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US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro on Tuesday afternoon addressed the annual conference of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Tel Aviv.

A panel discussion between former ambassadors Martin Indyk and Sallai Meridor on strengthening the strategic alliance between the US and Israel was set to follow Shapiro's speech.

Tuesday was the second and last day of the 8th annual INSS conference focused on Israel's position in a turbulent region, as part of a series on security challenges of the 21st century.

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