Israel is now promoting the idea of the cooperation in the field of missile defense with the Gulf monarchies that share its ‘concerns’ about Iran.
“Things can be done, maybe in the future,” Moshe Patel, who heads the Israeli Missile Defence Organisation that is part of the Defence Ministry, said, when asked whether any of the systems might be offered to Israel’s new partners in the Gulf, or synchronised with comparable systems there.
“From an engineering point of view, of course there is a lot of advantage. That information can be shared, like sensors that can be deployed in both countries because we have the same enemies.”
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