Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the two sides agreed to establish a coordination mechanism to prevent misunderstandings and unintended confrontations between the Israeli military and Russian forces deployed in Syria.” … Continue reading #Breaking! #Israel, #Russia to Coordinate Military Action in #Syria to Prevent Confrontation
WASHINGTON – Amid increasing unease and uncertainty over Russia’s intentions, the Obama administration plans to accept an offer from Russia for direct talks on its military buildup in Syria that U.S. officials believe is aimed at propping up Syrian … Continue reading US plans to accept #Russia offer to join military talks on #Syria
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed Wednesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Russia on September 21 and meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.”A short working visit and talks will Vladimir Putin will take place on Monday,” Peskov told … Continue reading Kremlin Confirms Netanyahu-Putin Meeting in Russia
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to use “any means necessary” to curb stoning-throwing attacks against Israelis and ongoing violence on the Temple Mount, which on Tuesday saw Palestinians clashing with Israeli police for a third consecutive day.
Ahead of an emergency meeting convened Tuesday evening to discuss measures to curb an increasing trend of Palestinians using homemade weapons against Israelis, Netanyahu said that stone-throwers would face harsher penalties in the future.