Netanyahu wants to discuss Iran's plans on Syria with Putin
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for a one-day trip to Moscow where he said he will speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin about Iran's efforts to turn Lebanon into "one big missile site".
Before boarding his plane, Netanyahu said that Israel is "not willing to tolerate" Lebanon being turned into a site for the manufacture of precision missiles to be used against it.
Netanyahu said that he meets "from time to time" with Putin to ensure coordination between the IDF and the Russian forces in Syria. "This has succeeded until now, and it is important that it will continue to succeed," the Jerusalem Post cited the PM as saying.
Netanyahu said that he will also speak with the Russian president about Iran's "unending efforts to military entrench itself in Syria, something that we are adamantly opposed to and act against."