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In rare move, Netanyahu takes 12 army chiefs to his Moscow summit with Putin


Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disagreed over the threat to Israels security from Syria as they began talks in Moscow on the crisis in the war-torn country.


DEBKAfile reports that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will be attended by twelve military officers when he meets President Vladimir Putin at the presidential dacha outside Moscow later Monday.The executive plane is to carry, along with the prime minister, IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gady Eisenkot, Military Intelligence Chief Maj. Gen. Hertzi Halevy and another 9 officers, each a specialist in one of the military aspects of the Syrian conflict.


The Israelis will be looking for the Russians to restrict Iranian terror against Israel from Syrian territory. – Globes


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and IDF chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot attend a briefing at the IDF Home Front Command base in Ramle …
Russian troops express fear at being sent to fight Islamic State in Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu travelled to Moscow on Monday to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in an attempt to address Israel’s concerns about confrontations that could possibly occur between Israeli troops and Russian forces active in Syria.
In rare move, Netanyahu brings both IDF chief and intelligence head to Russia to drive home concerns on Hezbollah, Syria
Aside from reducing risk of unwanted clash between Israeli and Russian fighter jets, PM’s visit should be seen in a wider context of tensions between Moscow and Washington.

Leaders to meet on cooperation in Syria to avoid confusion and agree on protocol to allow Israeli action against Hezbollah in the Golan.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to request that Israel maintain freedom for its air force in the skies above Syria during a meeting in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday.

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  1. ValeryRubin1

    September 22, 2015 at 3:02 am

    mission Impossible

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