Newly elected Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev says he plans to bolster his country’s international standing, announced plans to visit Israel, and says he will do his best to increase the cooperation between Astana and Jerusalem.
With Israel set to host an unprecedented meeting of the national security advisors of the US, Russia, and Israel, this week’s efforts by German FM Heiko Maas and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to mediate between the US and Iran could prove to be but a sideshow.
A meeting of the national security advisors from the United States, Russia, and Israel is due to take place this June in Israel to discuss regional security issues. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that nothing like this has ever happened before. But what, though, can such a meeting achieve?
The first ever trilateral meeting between U.S., Russian and Israeli national security advisers could be a gamechanger on pushing Iran's military out of Syria. What will it cost to get Russia into the anti-Iran camp - and who will pay?