Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “Russia’s position on the matter has not changed.” The agreement between Jerusalem and Moscow continues to allow the Israel Air Force to carry out defensive actions against terrorist targets in Syria.
By Shlomo Cesana, Lilach Shoval & Israel Hayom Staff
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a state visit to China, commented Tuesday on Israel’s recent airstrike in Syria, targeting a Hezbollah-bound weapons convoy, saying if a threat to Israel is detected it will be neutralized.
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Flames and smoke from the Mazzah military airport outside Damascus, following an explosion at an ammunition and weapons stockpile attributed to Israel.
“Israel is a country in high demand, as you can see from my past visits to Washington, Moscow and other countries and now China,” PM Netanyahu said at Ben Gurion Int’l Airport, as he boarded his plane to Beijing.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in China on Sunday for a three-day visit aimed at boosting economic ties and marking 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two nations.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mrs Sara Netanyahu are welcomed by an honor guard upon arrival in China. – Photo: Haim Zach/GPO
Netanyahu is scheduled to meet in Beijing with the country’s three senior-most officials: President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Li Keqiang, and China’s parliamentary head Zhang Dejiang. Continue Reading »