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Putin calls on Netanyahu not to take any 'destabilising action' on Syria

AFP , Wednesday 11 Apr 2018
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shake hands during a meeting at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre in Moscow, Russia January 29, 2018. (PHOTO: REUTERS)
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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called on Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to take any action that could further destabilise the situation in Syria, following Israeli strikes against a regime military base on Monday.

In a telephone call, Putin urged Netanyahu "to abstain from any action that could further destabilise the situation in the country, which would represent a threat to its security," the Kremlin said in a statement.

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