Israel’s PM Netanyahu couldn’t convince Putin to reconsider decision regarding sale of S-300 missiles to Syria.
Russian foreign minister reiterates: Russia will make good on commitments.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced Thursday that Russia would remain committed to previously signed arms deal “regarding agreements pertaining to aerial defense weapons.”
Despite the fact that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flew for a lightning visit to Russia with the clear intent of preventing the sale of S-300 missiles to Assad’s regime, the Russians reiterated two days later that they refused to budge from their commitments. Continue Reading »