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Bennett meets Putin in Moscow, Syria and Iran

Bennett meets Putin in Moscow, Syria and Iran

On his first visit since taking office, Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday in the Russian city of Sochi, where the two sides discussed the files on Syria and Iran. The situation in the Middle East and the bilateral relations of cooperation between the two countries.

Sources in al-Arabiya and al-Hadat said they had informed Israeli Prime Minister Putin Tel Aviv will continue its tests on SyriaA, while urging the Russian president to avoid attacks on Syria, are symbols of infrastructure and governance.

Russian President Bennett was assured that Russia and Israel have many differences regarding Syria, but there are also points of contact.

Sources in al-Arabiya and al-Hadat said Putin had informed the Israeli prime minister of his intention to form a group with Tel Aviv to deal with the “risk of march”, and Bennett told Putin that the danger of the march was no longer limited to Israel but to the region.

From the meeting between Bennett and Putin

At the beginning of the talks with Bennett, President Putin praised the level of relations between the two countries, pointing out that they have common interests, especially on the Syrian issue.

After receiving Bennett, Putin described the relationship between the two countries as “unique” and characterized by mutual trust, expressing his hope that the Bennett government would continue the approach of its predecessor Benjamin Netanyahu to Israeli-Russian relations. Wars “in the Hebrew state, as reported by the media. Russian media.

Putin pointed out that there are “points of contact” between Russia and Israel on the Syrian issue, especially in the fight against terrorism.

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He said: “You know, we are trying to regain state power in Syria.

Putin suggested to Bennett to exchange information on the situation in the region, expressing his hope that it would be very useful.

Although the Russian president has touched on the economic and trade relations between his country and Israel, he says they are developing successfully but are still moderate in size.

Putin explained that despite restrictions imposed on the background of the corona virus infection, the volume of trade between the two countries has increased by 50% in the first seven months of this year.

Putin also pointed to the possibility of cooperation between Russia and Israel in economic fields related to advanced technologies, stressing that the discussion on these opportunities between the two countries began during the Netanyahu era.

Bennett, in turn, stressed the importance of his relationship with Russia, and Putin led the process of strengthening relations between the two countries over the past two decades and elevated the Russian president to the “current” level. Israel’s closest and dearest friend.

The Israeli Prime Minister expressed his willingness to discuss with Putin the progress of Syria and “efforts to prevent the development of Iran’s nuclear program.”