תאריך: 13/11/2010, 00:00
The IDF removed that Chief of the General staff, General Gabi Ashkenazi, was tonight (SAT) to visit the official work week in Canada and the United States.
The Chief Ashkenazi will visit a series of meetings with government officials, labor security and military, which will discuss the challenges of shared security, military cooperation between the armies and the snapshot-regional security in the Middle East.
In his meeting with Canada identified the Chief Ashkenazi, Commander of Canada’s army, General (****) Walt נטינצ’אק, who visited the country in October 2009, and ordered the Chief to visit.
General נטינצ’אק and his wife will host the Ashkenazi and his wife for dinner. The Chief also will meet with Canadian Defense Minister Peter MacKay, Mr.
During the visit, the Chief of staff Ashkenazi wasn’t a Canadian forces unit who fought in Afghanistan and will meet with senior members of staff. Another visited the War Museum in Ottawa, and lay a wreath in memory of Canada’s Army members.
Later this week the Chief Ashkenazi arrives Washington, where he will meet to talk with his American, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff, Admiral Michael g. Mullen. Also, see the other with the u.s. Administration, including a Secretary of Defense for policy Michelle Flournoy, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the House of representatives of the Congress, Mr Howard Berman, Senators John Kerry and Joe Lieberman and others. At the end of the visit’s Chief New York, where he will meet with outreach organizations with the Presidents and other senior figures.
In addition, Lieutenant General Ashkenazi will devote his time to brief senior press and communications systems in Canada and the us.
The role of the Deputy in his absence fills, General Benny Gantz.
Accompany his Chief wife, Ronit, Attaché in Washington, Maj. Gen. Gadi shamni, IDF spokesman, Brigadier General AVI benayahu, head of the Department of international military cooperation, Colonel Hani, and his Office of Chief, Lieutenant Colonel Amos priest.
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