Putin, Netanyahu to discuss Syria, Middle East, bilateral issues

Putin, Netanyahu to discuss Syria, Middle East, bilateral issues
Mon Jan 29, 2018 14:45:39

Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Moscow on Monday. Netanyahu will pay a brief working visit to Russia, the Kremlin press service reported.

Tass--  "The two leaders plan to discuss issues related to boosting Russian-Israeli cooperation in trade, economy, cultural and humanitarian spheres along with pressing international and regional issues, including the Middle East problem and the situation in Syria," the press service said.

The talks will be held at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center where Putin and Netanyahu will take part in events such as anniversary of Leningrad’s full liberation from Nazi siege. The issue at hand is in particular the opening of the exhibition titled "Sobibor: Those Who Defeated Death," dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the only successful prisoners’ uprising at the Sobibor concentration camp.


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