Israel will halt 'Iranian aggression' at any cost, stated Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Sunday. «We are determined to stop the Iranian aggression against us, even if it involves a struggle,» he said. Netanyahu also noted that it is better to confront Tehran sooner than later, adding: «Nations that were unprepared to take timely actions... Еще to counter murderous aggressions against them paid much heavier prices afterwards.» According to Netanyahu, Iran is set to be on the agenda during his upcoming meeting with the Russian president Vladimir Putin. «All of our meetings are important, but this week's meeting is especially important in light of Iran's increasing efforts to establish a military presence in Syria against Israel,» he said. Netanyahu is expected to meet the Russian leader on Wednesday in Moscow, after attending the military parade marking the anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany.