Judea and Samaria Police HQ to move to E1 area

January 2, 2006 14:39


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The head of the government authority responsible for the construction of the security barrier, Danny Kirzow, said that in the coming days the building plan for the new headquarters of Judea and Samaria Police would be approved. The new headquarters would be located between Maaleh Adumim and Jerusalem, in an area designated E1, according to Israel Radio. Kirzow said that security officials were aware of the planned appeals to the High Court of Justice against the building plans. In a briefing he gave to MKs of the National Union Party, he said that there were two different plans for neighborhoods in the same area, but that those plans were placed in a deep freeze.

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