Saudi Arabia denies allowing Israeli planes to fly in its airspace

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 20, 2009 11:38

Saudi Arabia has vehemently denied reports that it has agreed to allow Israeli planes to fly in its airspace. A Saudi Defense Ministry official told the London-based A-Sharq Alawsat newspaper in comments published Saturday that the kingdom was not even considering the possibility, adding that "no Saudi military official has met any Israeli official."


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