Netanyahu Says He Got Russian Assurances Over Syrian ThreatBy and
Kremlin trip follows declaration that Israel will keep Golan
Cooperation will help keep sophisticated arms from Hezbollah
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he received assurances of military coordination in a trip to Moscow that would help Israel stop the transfer of weapons through Syria to its Iranian-backed Hezbollah enemy in Lebanon.
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