Three Israeli infrastructure advisers visited Iran

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 23, 2006 08:03

 
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Over the past month three Israeli advisers in the field of infrastructure have visited Iran, following invitations from that country, Israel Radio reported. The purpose of the visit was to lend help with the reconstruction of buildings and bridges, which were damaged during an earthquake there. The three Israelis spent the Pessah Holiday with members of the Iranian Jewish community.

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