Netanyahu to tell Putin that Russian weapons transfers to Syria threatening Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to Moscow next week to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin and discuss Russia’s recent troop deployments in Syria, the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Wednesday.

This will be the first visit by Netanyahu to Moscow since November 2013.

According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Netanyahu will speak to Putin about the threats Israel is facing from the transfer of state-of-the-art weaponry to Syria, and the danger that some of this weaponry will find its way into the hands of Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations.


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