Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in order to “communicate our policies, ” and insure that there would be no “misunderstandings” between Israeli and Russian forces, in light of Moscow’s recent deployment of aircraft and soldiers into Syria.
Netanyahu told a press conference after the meeting that Israel seeks to foil Iranian attempts to create a base for terror in the Golan Heights, and that his goal was “to prevent misunderstandings between IDF troops and Russian troops”. The main result of the meeting, he said, was to create a mechanism to avoid such misunderstandings.
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