Israel, Russia Seek To Coordinate Arms Policy
MOSCOW [MENL] -- Israel and Russia have sought to coordinate defense
Officials said both countries have agreed that coordination and
consultation on weapons exports would resolve most of their differences and
enhance strategic cooperation. They said the Kremlin has agreed to an
Israeli offer to inform the Jewish state of the weapons requests by such
countries as Iran, Lebanon and Syria.
"It is very important for us to elaborate a single approach on arms
supplies to our regions the Middle East and the Caucasus," Israeli Foreign
Minister Avigdor Lieberman said.