Embassy: The top Russian officials’ talks in Israel were “high constructive”
The Russian embassy in Tel Aviv Tuesday rebuffed reports that Israel had spurned a Russian proposal to limit the Iranian presence in Syria to 100km from its borders as incorrect. The embassy statement characterized as “highly constructive” the talks Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chief of Staff Gen. Valery Gerasimov held in Jerusalem Monday with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. DEBKAfile: The two sides ended their talks without a single point of assent. Netanyahu rejected all the Russian proposals put before him.
7 thoughts on “Embassy: The top Russian officials’ talks in Israel were “high constructive””
The limit of 100 km could be tolerated for a day, provided the ayatollah gets castrated of live TV one day before.
You bet the talks were productive for the Russians. Tel Aviv told ’em to keep that David’s Sling missile that malfunctioned and fell in Syria. Heck, maybe they even transferred some more UAV tech to the Russians.
not necessarily any contradiction there. One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure. Perhaps total rejection was exactly what the russians wanted to hear… politics and economics can become complex.
If Bibi doesn t ASK for Rabbi Nachman at this point. All the Kings horses and all the Kings men… Just ASK or someone better than you will make it happen, even if you scream rape. We only fear Gd, isn t t that swell? Guess Mordecai is a Jew.
Its just to keep up with all this however I am completely obsessed at this point. As a teenager growing and reading the stories in the Bible all I knew I read was TRUTH. I live for the day of the 3rd Temple. Confer amongst your Highest Priest. Israel must be protected at all COST!!!!!
War against Russia – when?
it will come if russia continues to think it can defy IDF. russia is nothing in syria and in russia is bad situation . he can bomb the underequipped rebels as it want when it will be to defy an army like IDF It will be another thing and russia will regret it