Israel looking to sell missile defense systems to Azerbaijan

December 13, 2016 12:36


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BAKU - Israel is looking to sell missile defense systems to Azerbaijan, it was determined as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the South Caucus nation on Tuesday.

Netanyahu along with a visiting defense and security delegation signed various bilateral agreements in a two-hour meeting with their counterparts in Baku to discuss cooperation between the two countries.

Environment Minister Zeev Elkin was also in attendance at the meeting.

Also on Tuesday, Netanyahu met with Azerbaijan'sPresident Ilham Heydar Aliyev, while the Israeli premier's wife, Sara, met with Aliyev's wife and daughter.

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