Feb 17, 2016

Special Israeli emissary to Moscow over Russian Syria air strikes near border

In view of the crisis building up on the southern Syrian-Israeli border, Prime Minister Netanyahu decided to dispatch a special envoy to Moscow early Wednesday, Feb. 17, with urgent questions.  debkafile’s sources report that the envoy is Dr. Dore Gold, director-general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry. The decision came after a day in which the Russian air force’s bombing of...

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