Netanyahu, Putin To Discuss Iran In Moscow After Holocaust Commemoration Event

Netanyahu said that the weapons factories are now "in the process of being built" by Iran.

The meeting came less than a week after he met US President Donald Trump in Davos, and he said that he spoke with the Russian leader about the same issues concerning Syria and Iran that he spoke about with Trump.

The previous meeting to discuss the Russia-Israel relations between Putin and Netanyahu was held on Aug 23, 2017, at Sochi.

Netanyahu was accompanied on the trip by National Security Council head Meir Ben Shabbat and Military Intelligence chief Maj.

Almoalimi said that the humane suffering in Syria continues, as the forces of the ruling regime in Syria, backed by its allies, especially Iran's military forces and Hezbollah terrorist forces, are working to destroy the Syrian people and use chemical weapons against them, confirmed by independent United Nations reports, pointing out that there are more than three million people being held in confined and inaccessible places.

Over the past year, Israel has warned repeatedly against Iranian efforts to set up weapons production facilities in Lebanon and establish a presence near the Israeli border with Syria.

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In addition, he said these meetings are also important because they allow the two sides to frankly tell the other about their positions.

He added that Iran is the main supporter of the terrorist Hezbollah group which exercise power and influence in Lebanon, ignite the war in Syria, and perpetrate the worst practices of killing, siege and ethnic cleansing.

The prime minister said he raised the issue of the Iranian nuclear deal, and he told Putin that if changes were not made to the deal, then it was likely that the U.S. would walk away from it.

"We see here a very moving exhibition of documents from the Sobibor revolt, in which a Jewish officer from the Red Army, against all odds, led the successful breakout, the breakout to freedom". They are the ones who made a great contribution in the defeat of the Nazis. Netanyahu and Putin will be participating at the Centre to mark the memory of Holocaust victims and Leningrad's liberation anniversary.

As a gift, the Russian president handed him an original letter that Oskar Schindler sent to his wife, Netanyahu said. Netanyahu said he will pass it on to Yad Vashem.

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