Olmert, Vilnai, Ashkenazi tour naval base as Talansky gives testimony

May 27, 2008 19:18


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At the same time as American-Jewish businessman Morris Talansky was giving testimony against him in Jerusalem, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert visited a navy base on Tuesday. He was accompanied by Deputy Defense Minister Matan Vilnai, Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi, and Navy commander General Eli Marom. During the tour of the base, Olmert thanked the soldiers for their work, and commented on the contribution that the integrated defensive abilities of the navy made to defending the State of Israel.

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