|I've spent my career living in your shadow, Gabriel. It's not easy. It makes me feel like a consolation prize.|
|— Uzi Navot|
|— Moscow Rules|
Key Events Edit
Uzi was head of the Office's Paris station. Gabriel contacted him for support in a surveillance. Uzi gave him the support he needed, but was angry that Shamron did not assign the task to him.
Uzi assisted in the arrest of Erich Radek by portraying Oskar Lange, a lawyer working with Konrad Becker. At a critical moment, he subdued Radek's bodyguard and helped force Radek into an fake police vehicle. He rode in the vehicle and gave Radek an injection before transferring him to a van.
Uzi opened a safe house for Gabriel and Leah Allon. He transported Leah to Warsaw, Poland where she took the place of the female tourist from Israel for a flight to Israel; Uzi assured Gabriel that he would accompany her.
Uzi meets Gabriel at a restaurant in Paris and provides information about Hannah Weinberg. He then flew to Israel to be offered and accept the position of chief of special operations of the Office. His first operation was the killing of Abdul Aziz al-Bakari.
Uzi flew to Italy to speak with Gabriel Allon. After they dispensed with the unpleasantness of Gabriel not having been invited to Uzi's wedding to Bella, Uzi told Gabriel that he was being summoned to Jerusalem because Colonel Grigori Bulganov had disappeared.
Uzi had been promoted to director of the Office. He greeted Gabriel and Chiara somewhat warily after they were extracted from Argentina. He tried to avoid getting involved in Gabriel's search for a missing Rembrandt painting, but had no choice when Ari Shamron went behind his back to Israel's Prime Minister. However, when the connection to Martin Landesmann's sale of centrifuge parts to Iran was revealed, Uzi became an enthusiast.
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