Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, presented his settlement plan for Syria to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the United States President Donald Trump, reports The Times of Israel, quoting an unnamed high-ranking official.
The Times of Israel did not specify when the presidents of the United States and Russia received proposals for a Syrian settlement from the Israeli prime minister. According to the newspaper, Putin showed interest in Netanyahu’s plan.
The official noted that Israel’s plan envisages Iran’s withdrawal from Syria but did not disclose any other details.
On Monday, March 25, Netanyahu held talks with Trump in Washington. The parties came to the conclusion that the United States and Israel need to work together to counter Iran and its allies and defend Israel against Iranian aggression. Netanyahu also thanked the United States president for his decision to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.