Netanyahu heads to Moscow for talks with Putin on Syria, Iran, Hizballah
Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu left Thursday morning for a one-day visit to Moscow where he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The meeting's agenda is to include coordination between the militaries of the two countries, especially their air forces; the Syrian peace talks; Russian arms sales to Iran; and prevention of the transfer of advanced weapons to Hizballah. The prime minister will be accompanied by his military secretary, Brig. Gen. Eliezer Toledano, and the commander of the air force, Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel, among others.