Vladimir Putin met with Benjamin Netanyahu. Russian favorite assured the Israeli Prime Minister that at the moment, Damascus is more important to preserve the state and not to open a second front in the Golan heights.
President Vladimir Putin held talks with Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and expressed confidence that the Syrian authorities do not want war with Israel. He commented on the words of the head of the Cabinet of Ministers of Israel that Iran, with the support of the Syrian army allegedly wants to create against Israel 2nd front on the Golan heights.
"We know and understand that the Syrian army and Syria in General in such a state that she was not up to the opening 2 of the front - she would save their own statehood. Regarding the attacks, we know, condemn these attacks. As far as I know, it happens from missile systems of artisanal production", - said the head of the national state.
According to Netanyahu, it is associated with the deterioration of the situation in the region. "Israel and Russia have common interests - ensuring stability in the middle East. I am here in consequence of the difficult situation in the area of security, the situation becomes harder and harder," said the politician. In these conditions, he found it necessary to visit the national capital to explain their own position.
Talking about bilateral relations, Putin said: Russia remembers that live in Israel a large number of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, and this puts a special mark on intergovernmental relations. Moreover, Netanyahu expressed confidence that 2 States have a common interest in ensuring stability in the middle East.
National authorities often argued about support for the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and help the authorities powers to combat terrorism. With all this in Moscow stressed that participation of the Russian military in the fighting. The Foreign Ministry recalled that the adherents of the Russian defense Ministry are in Syria for several years, but their work is purely Advisory in nature.
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