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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu huddled with President Trump on Saturday to discuss Syria and Iraq ahead of the U.S. president’s planned summit with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

The Israeli premier said Sunday that he spoke with Trump Saturday to go over “security and diplomatic issues.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“Yesterday I spoke with U.S. President Donald Trump,” Netanyahu said in remarks at a Cabinet meeting. “We discussed security and diplomatic issues in light of developments in the region, with Syria and Iran first and foremost, of course.”

The U.S. president is set to meet with Putin in Helsinki on Monday.

Netanyahu also said that he thanked Trump for his hard-line stance toward Tehran, as well as for his “commitment to the security of Israel.”

Russia is a key ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad, along with Iran, a sworn foe of Israel.

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