MOSCOW - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he had arrived to Moscow to discuss closer military coordination to avoid incidents between Israel and Russia, which launched a military operation in support of Syrian President Bashar Assad last year.
At the start of the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Netanyahu said that the Golan Heights is a "red line" for Israel and it must remain a part of it.
"We are doing everything to prevent the emergence of an additional front of terror against us at the Golan Heights," he added.
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