Resolution 2254 was invoked by Iran, Russia, and Turkey as the legal basis for their takeover of the political process in Syria, backed by their enhanced military operations against rebel groups.
The Russians also insist that the only acceptable outcome to the civil war must be reinstating Bashar al-Assad as the president of all of Syria.
"All Islamic State terrorists and missile systems were destroyed by a pin-point retaliation strike of the Israel Defense Forces warplanes and artillery."
The downed warplane was a Syrian Sukhoi Su-22, an antiquated machine from the 1970s
HLS officials told industry officials that some US companies still don't not know they were compromised, since the hackers were using legitimate credentials of real employees to invade the utilities' networks.
"Iran wants to turn Syria into a second Lebanon," he noted. "And we're determined to prevent that."
The meeting was not mentioned in the Israeli Government Press Office's Monday's agenda for the PM issued Sunday night.
The ambassador did not comment on the news that Iranian proxies dressed in Syrian army uniforms have infiltrated the Assad regime's forces.
Nicholas II was an avowed Jew-hater, and saw the Jews as the leaders of the Russian revolutionary movement.
Putin also stressed that Iranian troops are not present in the de-escalation zone in southern Syria.
"The friendship between Israel and the U.S. has never been stronger."
"We absolutely would like to work in order to help Israel, and Israel will be working with us."
"Without Assad’s blessing, the flags of Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard would not be on Israel’s front door."
The conversation will mark Putin's first interview with U.S. media since June 2017.
Back in June, President Putin invited both PM Netanyahu and PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to attend the July 15 final in Moscow.
"I stressed Israel’s clear position against any Iranian presence in Syria," Netanyahu posted on his Facebook page.
"We expect that everyone will respect this sovereignty and that Syria will strictly abide by the  Separation of Forces Agreement."
The two men will join Netanyahu's wife Sara in watching the World Cup semi-final after their talks.
"We will not tolerate the establishment of a military presence by Iran and its proxies anywhere in Syria -- not close to the border and far away from it."
Putin's summons has to do with one Josip Broz Tito, born in Kumrovec, Croatia, and one of very few Eastern European Communist leaders to stand up to the Russians successfully.
Russia: "Today will be the last round - either the rebels agree to these terms, or the military operations resume."
"Iran is investing billions of dollars in financing terrorism in the region and around the world, and in aggression in the region, instead of investing them in the Iranian people."
"Only after that, we will make a decision on our embassy move," Bogdanov said.
As many as 160,000 Syrians have fled the war zone to the Jordanian and Israeli borders, where neither country is prepared to let them in.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the summit, noting, with a hint and a nudge to the White House, "As long as we remain united (within NATO), we can dialogue with Russia."