Last month, Israel fired a missile at a drone that approached its airspace near the Syrian frontier, and in February Israel shot down what it said was an Iranian drone that entered its airspace.
"Every visit like this is an opportunity for us to act together and try and stabilize the situation in our region and increase security and increase stability", Netanyahu said. It bombed Iranian targets in Syria in response to that incident.
Talks also are expected to concentrate on Israel's fight against Iranian presence in Syria.
In recent days, Israel has noted the serious refugee problem created by the Syrian regime's routing of areas in southern Syria near the border with Jordan.
Iran is backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the war, as is Russian Federation.
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Crowds gathered at locations including London's Hyde Park, Millennium Square in Leeds, Nottingham Castle, and Birmingham's Archway outdoor cinema.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Moscow is ready to discuss the issue of supplying Syria with the S-300 missile system.
"We know about your concerns, let's have a thorough talk about them", Putin told Netanyahu before reporters were asked to leave the room. The 1974 agreement officially ended the 1973 Yom Kippur War between Israel and Syria.
The IDF knocked down an enemy drone over the Kinneret on Wednesday, using a Patriot missile.
He said the incursion threatened "the safety and security of Israel's northern cities and towns" and added that Israel has "repeatedly warned the Security Council of the destabilizing activities taking place in Syria and the threats they pose to Israel and the Middle East".
This trade, as reported by the Israeli press, would have Netanyahu offering to see Russian Federation given full relief from US-imposed sanctions in return for Russian Federation expelling Iranian military from Syria. "In that context, we rely on peaceful diplomatic means to resolve any differences and expect both sides to show restraint".