Sullivan, Israeli officials discuss Rafah operation alternatives: White House

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Israeli officials briefed White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Monday about “new alternative approaches” to Rafah operations that aim to address US concerns, the White House said in a statement.

Sullivan told the officials that Israel and Egypt talks on reopening the Rafah crossing are crucial to ensuring the flow of humanitarian assistance, according to the statement.

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Sullivan met on Monday with Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and opposition leader Yair Lapid, among other Israeli officials.

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