Netanyahu due Wednesday in Moscow for talks with Putin after Victory March
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was due to have flown to Moscow Tuesday directly from his visit to Nicosia after signing trilateral pacts with Cypriot and Greek leaders on a gas pipeline to Italy. He has been invited to attend the Russian Army’s annual parade on Wednesday before sitting down with President Vladimir Putin for talks. Instead, he returned home first in view of the tense security station on Israel’s northern borders. Before leaving Nicosia, he warned that Iran is determined to “deploy dangerous arms in Syria against Israel.”
4 thoughts on “Netanyahu due Wednesday in Moscow for talks with Putin after Victory March”
This Netanyahu does only good and excellent for the Jews.
How comes they have never got stuck with an ayatollah?
Netanyahu is a crook who has done long term damage to US / Israel relations.
What long term damage?
Nut’m yobbo does a runner. He must be up to something.