Netanyahu and Putin to meet next week to discuss near disaster in the skies as Russian warplane tried to intercept and IAF plane
A Kremlin spokesperson said that, “The agenda is quite broad [and includes] advanced and partnership relations in various areas.”
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov announced a meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin that will take place next week.
Peskov said, “This visit was planned long ago. The agenda is quite broad [and includes] advanced and partnership relations in various areas, the large potential in the economy, but also in the areas of security and the wide field of mutual cooperation in international policy.” He also said that the two leaders would “undoubtedly” speak about Syria.
Some reports say that this meeting was called in response to an incident between the countries during which a Russian jet
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