The IDF has begun staff work that will examine all the implications, effects and implications of a peace agreement with Saudi Arabia, including ties of various kinds, and the effects of the possibility of approving several types of nuclear tracks on Saudi soil, Walla learned on Sunday.
The Bureau's work is mainly carried out by the Intelligence Directorate, the Strategy and Iran Division, the Planning Division, the Air Force and other elements in the Ministry of Defense. Later, the conclusions will be presented to IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi, then to Defense Minister Yoav Galant and finally to the Security Cabinet. At this stage, there is no clear timetable for the issue.
The conclusions will be presented later to the Minister of Defense. Galant/Reuven Castro
On the other hand, political sources in Jerusalem criticized the slow conduct of the IDF General Staff in recent times with regard to strategic processes, including taking operational initiatives. The sources assessed that this pattern of conduct is a product of the fear of leading to friction or broad actions that require a large recruitment of reserve pilots, which may lead to an emphasis on the gaps created by the protest against the legal revolution led by the government.
It should be noted that in recent months there have been shortages in the ranks of reserve soldiers, mainly in the Air Force. One of the most prominent focal points in the IAF is the flight school, due to the shortage of reserve pilots who instruct pilots. As a result, the load on the instructors serving, including permanent officers, increased significantly from last year, and accordingly, the load on the IAF's operational headquarters, which is based mainly on veteran reserve officers with extensive operational experience, increased.
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