(Worthy News) – IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi is expected to take off for Europe on Sunday with the aim of meeting officials in Poland and France and strengthening Israel’s military cooperation with the nations and discussing the threat it faces from Iran.
Kochavi will spend three days in Poland, during which he will meet with senior military officials and Chief of the General Staff Rajmund Andrzejczak, who last week participated in the IDF’s innovation conference. The Israeli delegation will also conduct meetings with Polish officers to foster ties between the two militaries. They will also tour the Auschwitz concentration camp to learn about heroism during the Holocaust.
Kochavi will then travel to France to meet with his French counterpart Thierry Burkhard as well as other senior officials of the military, including Chief of the Military Staff of the President of the Republic Jean-Philippe Rolland. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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