Prime Minister of the Israeli entity Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed ways of joint coordination in order not to collide and confront in Syria.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during his departure to Moscow, said he would discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Syrian file and the Iranian role in Syria.
“We meet from time to time with the aim of ensuring military coordination between the Israeli army and the Russian army forces operating in Syria, and this is a success to this day and it is important that this success continues,” Netanyahu said.
He also said that he would discuss with President Putin the Iranian role in Syria, stressing that “Israel” strongly rejects it and acts against it.
During his visit to Moscow, the Israeli Prime Minister is scheduled to participate in the opening of an exhibition at the Jewish Museum on the events of the Sobibor camp.
The Kremlin said earlier that during Netanyahu’s visit to Moscow, he would discuss “the settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the situation in Syria and the prospects for the development of bilateral relations.”
In the fall of 2015, Russia and Israel set up a joint mechanism to avoid incidents between Russian and Israeli military personnel in Syria, with the establishment of a focal point for the Israeli occupation army.

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