BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – Israeli and Russian defense officials met in Moscow on Wednesday to discuss Iran’s presence in Syria and the IDF’s new operation along the border of Lebanon.

The Israeli delegation was reportedly led by Major General Aharon Haliva, who is the commander of the IDF’s Technology and Logistics Directorate.

According to the Times of Israel, “understandings were reached” between the two delegations.

“Understandings were reached between the delegations and they agreed to continue working together,” a brief statement from the IDF said, as quoted by the Times of Israel.

The two delegations also discussed the IDF’s ongoing operation to destroy Hezbollah’s tunnels in the Upper Galilee region.

Russia is reportedly looking into the IDF’s reports, but has yet to issue any public statement on the matter.

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So what were the understandings ?.. That Israel may come and bomb Iranian targets or come across that border and get blown out of the sky . I guess we will find out which soon enough..

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israhell/satan’s advocate will always be defeated

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The Times of Israel is the Israeli equivalent of Fox News. I remember when the Il-20 was shot down, the main headline on the front page of the Haaretz just the following day said “Putin Abdicates Israel of Il-20 Downing” – and that’s their more balanced newspaper. I’d like to hear what “understandings” they reached, other than that Russia won’t take their bs.