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November 19, 1993 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-19

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Aspin Promises
Continued Help

Washington (JTA) — During
an important meeting at the
Pentagon, Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin succeeded in
getting a commitment from
Defense Secretary Les Aspin
that the United States will
continue to help Israel main-
tain its strong defense
capability.
The meeting between Mr.
Rabin and Mr. Aspin lasted
about three hours and
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Les Aspin:
Made Rabin a commitment.

successful meeting last week
between Mr. Rabin and
President Clinton at the
White House.
At this difficult time in the
Middle East peace process,
when Israelis are becoming
increasingly nervous about
the costs of peace, it was im-
portant for Mr. Rabin that
he return home with a dem-
onstration of tangible
American support.
The United States re-
portedly offered to sell Mr.
Rabin the advanced F-15E
attack jet, which would con-
tribute to modernizing the
Israeli air force.
But Mr. Rabin's spokes-
man, Oded Ben Ami, had no
comment when asked about
the sale of the advanced
Fighter to Israel.
Mr. Rabin told reporters
that he hoped a decision
would be made this week on
the types of planes Israel
could buy from the United
States.
One factor governing
Israel's decision is the cost of
the various planes under
consideration, including F-
15s and F-16s.
Mr. Aspin told Mr. Rabin
that the United States is
committed to helping Israel
maintain its qualitative

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