As their talks begin, Netanyahu calls Iran biggest threat. Putin awaits invite to Israel

President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu began their meeting on Wednesday in Moscow, with opening remarks. Netanyahu said their conversations since 2016 – a total of 16 – had averted Russian-Israeli military clashes and contributed to regional security. Iran poses the greatest peril to the region and to Israel, he said, and Israel would not let up on attacking Iranian targets in Syria. Putin thanked Netanyahu and added that he is waiting for an invitation to visit Israel.

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  • Feb 27, 2019 @ 19:38 at 19:38
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    Yeah, perhaps he means that he will give you the first hit.

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