Putin sends envoys to Jerusalem before his talks with Netanyahu
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s special envoy Alexander Lavrentiev and Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin arrived in Jerusalem Tuesday to discuss “regional developments” with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu ahead of the Putin-Netanyahu meeting in Moscow on Wednesday. National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat was present. The Prime Minister’s Office said that Netanyahu will stress that Israel “will not tolerate a military presence by Iran or its proxies anywhere in Syria and that Syria must abide by the 1974 Separation of forces agreement.”
4 thoughts on “Putin sends envoys to Jerusalem before his talks with Netanyahu”
Russians have no influence on Iranians. Though they can stop air support. It’s gonna cost Israel another 50 drons since Russia can’t build anything recently. And Iranians without air support will be easy target
Syria for Syrians. No Iranians unless as tourists. No military hardware. No soldiers. This has to be a red line for Netanyahu.
Would Assad want another war in the country?
Putin is a Putana. Only naive Jews like the chief Rabbi of russia and the Israeli Russian trust this yokel.Natanyahou goes there to mouch free bees and maybe to find a place to hangout in case he gets indicted.