” Red line” Moscow – Jerusalem / ”קו אדום” מוסקבה – ירושלים

Posted: June 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

” Red line” Moscow – Jerusalem / ”קו אדום” מוסקבה – ירושלים
The Kremlin announced the establishment of “a special phone line” between the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel and the office of the President of Russia. This move indicates a significant improvement in relations between the two countries and the two leaders Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The line will be encrypted in order so as to assure the information.
“Red line” Moscow – Jerusalem appeared in the midst of the crisis in Ukraine, for which the Israeli government has taken a neutral stance and repellent pressure from Washington, which demanded full support for nationalists in Kiev….

In addition, in a few weeks to end negotiations with Tehran 5 +1 nuclear. So far, Putin has demonstrated a more open approach in terms of the position of Iran, which is in conflict with an example. “Red line” can serve as a “Dispute Resolution.”

It should be noted that in December 2013, Moscow and Jerusalem negotiate trade agreements designed to triple the volume of trade between the two countries (today – 2 billion per year), particularly in the high tech and Russian energy. In other words, “red line” – is the result of Israel’s intentions to improve relations with Moscow, as well as Beijing. In order to balance the weak role played by the United States as a guarantor of stability in the Middle East.



קרמלין הודיע על הקמתו של “קו טלפון מיוחד” בין לשכתו של ראש ממשלת ישראל ולשכתו של נשיא רוסיה. המהלך הזה מצביע על שיפור ניכר ביחסים בין שתי המדינות ובין שני המנהיגים: ולדימיר פוטין ובנימין נתניהו. הקו יהיה מוצפן על מנת להבטח את המידע.



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