Putin and Netanyahu speak by phone on Syria

Putin and Netanyahu speak by phone on SyriaRussian President Vladimir Putin spoke to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday and urged him to do nothing to destabilize Syria. Netanyahu told Putin that Israel would press a campaign to prevent Iran’s military entrenchment in Syria, his office said. Syria, Iran and Russia say Israel was behind an air strike on a Syrian air base on Monday that killed seven Iranian military personnel, something Israel has neither confirmed nor denied.


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