Israeli, Lebanese Navy Cooperate To Counter Solidarity Ships
A senior Israeli Navy official stated that the Israeli Navy has recently stepped-up its cooperation with the Lebanese Navy in an attempt to prevent solidarity ships from reaching the Gaza Strip through “Israeli territorial waters”.
The official stated that should any ship sail 400 meters close to Israeli coasts, the Israeli Navy will contact its Lebanese counterpart, and the latter will prevent the ships from approaching Israeli waters, Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported Wednesday.
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