Monday, January 29, 2018

Israeli PM accuses Iran of stockpiling precision missile in Lebanon

stockpiling precision missile in Lebanon
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Moscow on Monday morning to meet President Vladimir Putin to warn him that Iran is trying to "turn Lebanon into a giant missile site."

In remarks ahead of his departure, Netanyahu said he intends to devote his five-hour visit for speaking with Putin about Iran's actions in the region. "I will discuss with President Putin Iran's relentless efforts to establish a military presence in Syria," he said in a statement.

He stressed that Israel "strongly" opposes an Iranian foothold on the soil of its northern neighbor and noted that Israel is "taking action against (it)," without elaborating on the actions.

The Israeli leader also accused Iran of trying to "turn Lebanon into one giant missile site." He said Iran is stockpiling in Lebanon precision missiles against Israel. "We will not tolerate this," he said.

Netanyahu will be joined by Israel's Chief of Military Intelligence Major General Herzi Halevi, Head of the National Security Council Meir Ben Shabat, the government's Military Secretary Brigadier General Eliezer Toledano, and Zeev Elkin, a Ukrainian-born and a minister in Netanyahu's coalition.

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