Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, third left, in Moscow, Russia on Thursday, March 9, 2017. (AP/Pavel Golovkin, pool)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow Thursday there could never be peace in Syria as long as there was an Iranian presence there.Netanyahu's visit to Moscow follows his talks last month with U.S. President Donald Trump.Netanyahu praised Russia's role in fighting Daesh (ISIS) and other radical militants in Syria. Russia has sided with Iran and Hezbollah in helping support Syrian President Bashar Assad, but at the same time it has maintained warm ties with Israel. The two nations have coordinated their actions to prevent any possible incidents between their militaries in Syria.
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