Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who’s harshly criticized an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, has rebuffed repeated efforts by the Obama administration to open talks on intensifying security cooperation, the administration said Thursday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who’s harshly criticized an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, has rebuffed repeated efforts by the Obama administration to open talks on intensifying security cooperation, the administration said Thursday. Dan Balilty AP
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who’s harshly criticized an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, has rebuffed repeated efforts by the Obama administration to open talks on intensifying security cooperation, the administration said Thursday. Dan Balilty AP

U.S. says Israel rebuffed talks on security cooperation

August 06, 2015 08:28 PM

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