Shoigu gave Israeli leaders rare insights into Moscow’s ME and Iran policies
The coming DEBKA Weekly issue out on Friday Oct. 27 reveals the messages from President Vladimir Putin that Russian Defense Minister Gen. Sergei Shoigu carried to Israel on his first visit to the country. Shoigu offered Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gady Eisenkott rare insights into the strategy of Moscow’s expanding role in the Middle East and its next steps, the Kremlin’s take on Iran’s regional activities, as well as updates on Turkey, Syria, Iraq an Jordan This unique briefing also covered the unusual military give-and-take which has evolved between Moscow and Jerusalem. These revelations are compulsory reading for seekers of understanding of the big powers’ games in this inflammable region and where Moscow is heading.
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4 thoughts on “Shoigu gave Israeli leaders rare insights into Moscow’s ME and Iran policies”
Where Moscow is heading in the Middle East?
Simply put———a renaming of Syria——–to “Russia” !
Isn’t that just great ?
Shoygu is from Tuva Turks in ethnic origin.You can talk with him in Turkish language.
Putin has nearly decided to react to Turkey after shot down of Russian plane but Shoygu persuaded him not to.His foresight is powerful and you can easily call him medved in russian.
I hope Israel will join to this eurasian alliance.
The Russians know that the Turkish men love to such Camel Pricks. The Greedy Sunni Homo Erdogan always wants The Camels with the largest Schlong for himself
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