Zionist Israeli regime’s Netanyahu, who has been busy lobbying the United States and its allies against Iran, is reportedly set to visit Russia, with talks on the Islamic Republic’s role in Syria on his agenda.
Israel’s Arutz Sheva media network cited Benjamin Netanyahu as saying earlier in the day that he planned to visit Moscow next Thursday.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that President Vladimir Putin was going to meet with Netanyahu on March 9, and with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on March 10. “The meetings are being planned,” he said.
At the request of Damascus, Iran has been providing advisory assistance to the Syrian army in its battles against a host of foreign-backed Takfiri militant groups wreaking havoc on the Arab state.
To the dismay of Israel, which is widely viewed as a staunch supporter of anti-Damascus Takfiri groups, Tehran has also been playing an active role in the diplomatic process aimed at resolving the Syrian crisis.