There is also often sensitive intelligence sharing at these meetings.These decisions and the intelligence sharing obviously impact the Middle East and often Israel.
In the first two months of 2020, the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have already met twice.
The Russian Defense Ministry slammed Israel on Feb. 7 for what it considered a provocation in the skies over Syria.
Just days after Russia released Israeli prisoner Naama Issachar, the nature of the relations between Israel and Russia have been brought to the forefront, prompting a discussion on what really motivates each side of the relationship.
It's not as crazy as it sounds.
Syria remains the main point of contention between the two countries.
Ariel Bulshtein also claims Jerusalem reciprocated, canceling deals with Ukraine that were uncomfortable for Moscow.
Tehran’s hybrid war strategy has secured it an advantage over US and allies in region, who have no effective response, according to major report by UK think tank
Russia’s growing presence in the Middle East includes economic interests like energy and arms. Israel should tread carefully as the new era evolves.
Blue and White wanted the second chance to form a government, betting that the PM would fail. So now Gantz has the opportunity he sought, but no evident path to a majority.
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