Benjamin Netanyahu calls upcoming talks with Putin

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called his upcoming talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on May 9 "especially important" in the lights of Iran’s Syrian activity.

Axar.az reports citing TASS.

"Meetings with the Russian president are always important for security of Israel and coordination between the Israeli and the Russian army," the prime minister told a weekly government session on Sunday. "But next week’s talks are especially important in the light of Iran’s growing efforts to create military bases in Syria aimed against Israel," Netanyahu said in a speech circulated by his office on Sunday.

2018.05.06 / 15:55
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