Planned Netanyahu-Putin Meeting In Moscow Postponed

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday canceled his trip to Moscow to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled for the next day, as both parties “mutually agreed to postpone the meeting for several days” without providing an explanation for the decision.

Announced earlier this month, the purpose of the meeting was for the two world leaders to discuss Iranian activities in Syria and would mark their first official meeting since the September downing of a Russian military plane by Syrian air defenses in the midst of Israeli airstrikes.

According to sources in Netanyahu’s Likud party, the Israeli premier decided to postpone the meeting due to a number of developments within the Israeli election framework set to occur within the next several daysRead more at i24NEWS.

{Matzav.com}

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