Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin headed to Moscow Thursday morning, and said he means to discuss with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin issues related to Iran and Syria.
Before his departure, Netanyahu said Russia and the Zionist entity will discuss Syria and will continue to coordinate between the occupation army and Russian Army
“I’m leaving for another meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin,” Netanyahu said.
“We will discuss the situation in Syria. And the continued coordination between the IDF and the Russian Army.”
“Events in Syria are accumulating,” said the prime minister, and added that the two are also to discuss other issues “important for the state of Israel.”