The cabinet was being briefed on Sunday morning about the meeting last week between foreign ministers of the European Union and NATO.
Following the briefing, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was expected to convene nine members of his security cabinet to discuss the Iran nuclear issue. The meeting comes following the publication of a US intelligence report which claimed that the Islamic state had ceased its nuclear activities.
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