Cabinet meetings to take place in Jerusalem bunker

Senior ministers estimate reason for move sensitivity of issues expected to arise in cabinet deliberations and fear of leaks from meetings.

Mordechai Sones,

Soundproofed room
Soundproofed room
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu decided to transfer until further notice the meetings of the Political Security Cabinet to the National Center for Crisis Management.

This is a new underground bunker complex recently built in Jerusalem intended to serve as a place for the State to run in times of crisis.

Senior ministers estimate the reason for the move is the sensitivity of issues expected to arise in cabinet deliberations and the fear of leaks from the meetings.




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