Gantz Sends Iran a Message From CENTCOM

‘We will continue to expand cooperation efforts in the face of Iranian aggression – we must make sure that Iran never has nuclear capabilities,’ Benny Gantz said during the first ever visit of an Israeli Defense Minister to the U.S. Central Command Headquarters in Florida

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Defense Minister Benny Gantz wrapped up on Thursday the first official visit by an Israeli defense minister to the U.S. Central Command Headquarters (CENTCOM) in Tampa, Florida, and stressed the need to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

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