Israel confirmed Wednesday that it has changed its intelligence-sharing protocols with the United States after President Trump reportedly disclosed to Russian officials classified information from Israel.
“I can confirm that we did a spot repair and that there’s unprecedented intelligence cooperation with the United States,” Israel’s defense chief Avigdor Liberman told Army Radio. “What we had to clarify with our friends in the United States, we did. We did our checks.”
Liberman declined to specify what changes have been made. Read more at VOA NEWS.