Putin and Netanyahu agree to step up Syrian border coordination

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and President Vladimir Putin in another phone conversation Friday agreed to step up coordination in Syria, “in the context of joint efforts to ensure security on the Syrian-Israeli border order,” the Kremlin announced. Last month, the two leaders met in Moscow, after which Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman paid a visit for talks with his Russian counterpart Gen. Sergei Shoigu. Moscow is fully apprised of Israel’s opposition to Iran and Hizballah establishing a military presence in Syria.

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3 thoughts on “Putin and Netanyahu agree to step up Syrian border coordination

  • Jun 16, 2018 @ 16:07 at 16:07

    Let the Iranians and their puppets know that Russia will not stand in the way of Israeli defensive strikes against phony Syrian troops, actually Iranians and their proxies, in Syrian uniforms. The real Syrian troops have either been killed or deserted in opposition to the endless and futile war to preserve the Assad regime.
    This phase of the war could turn out to be Iran’s Vietnam!

  • Jun 16, 2018 @ 17:18 at 17:18

    I feel pity for the people Iran.
    They are governed by a crazy team with this very strange strategy to build up huge conflicts out of nothing and threaten the whole world with wars every time and since decades. This is not management, except if they really consider suicide as a target for their country.

  • Jun 17, 2018 @ 6:34 at 6:34

    If they are doing it for Gd, they need to figure out that the 12 imam is Rabbi Nachman, then they might be fighting on the same side as Us!


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