It is believed that Ari Harow, who is currently negotiating a state’s witness deal with the state prosecution, can reveal highly important information regarding the probe into the German submarine purchase deal.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former chief of staff, Ari Harow, is expected to provide the police with information on the German submarines affair known as Case 3,000, Channel 2 News reported Wednesday.

It is still not clear what kind of information Harow might disclose, though it is believed to be of great importance to the investigation.

It was recently reported that the state prosecution is close to reaching a state’s witness deal with Harow, who is a suspect in a different case unrelated to Netanyahu.

Earlier, it was reported that Michael Ganor, the Israeli businessman who represented the German shipbuilder in the purchase deal, will serve a lenient 10-year jail sentence in return for his testimony.