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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tel Aviv continues to “work inside Syria” explaining that Russia cannot push Iranian and pro-Iranian forces out of Syria “on its own”.
Poland and Israel do have a common concern: Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin offered Israel a deal which would see Iranian-backed forces removed from Syria in return for relief from recently re-imposed US sanctions on Iran.
Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation in Israel, Anatoly Viktorov said that in the recent riots of Hamas in Gaza to blame Washington.
''There is no concept of zero probability in military strategy. We cannot say that this probability has been reduced to zero.''
The United States said on Wednesday it hoped Russia would continue to allow Israel to strike Iranian targets in Syria, despite Moscow’s supply of the S-300 air defense system to the Syrian government.
Defense Ministry briefing warns against provocations in south and north Syria and condemns US role in eastern Syria
Israel has carried out attacks in Syria since the accidental shooting down of a Russian surveillance plane last month, a senior Israeli official said on Monday.
A Holocaust education institute in Israel that trains guides for study trips abroad said it will switch its activities to Ukraine from Poland following the latter country’s law prohibiting some rhetoric about the genocide.
S-300 PM-2 batteries boast improved radar and communications, are intended to thwart IDF targeting of Iran-backed forces, Russian newspaper says.
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