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Topic - Jennifer Psaki
"The timing was troubling, and we were certainly disappointed," State Department spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki told reporters. "The secretary and we all understand it's hard to see how Israel can be expected to negotiate with a government that does not believe in its right to exist."
The State Department is working with the Pentagon and the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan to ensure the security of its personnel in the country, she said.