PM to Putin: Our bilateral relations have prevented friction between our armies

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that the relations between their two countries have “prevented friction between our armies.”

“The greatest threat to stability and security in the region comes from Iran and its satellites, and we are determined to continue our aggressive activity against Iran and its attempts to establish itself in Syria,” Netanyahu tells Putin, who views Damascus as an ally.

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