MOSCOW, Russia – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday 9 May in Moscow and will discuss developments in the wider Middle East region, the Israeli government chief and the Kremlin press office said today.
“The Israeli Prime Minister will hold a working visit to Moscow on 9 May,” the Kremlin announced.
“He was invited to attend the military parade on the 73rd anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War (World War II),” the Kremlin’s added, in which they also confirmed talks between Russian and Israeli leaders.
The Israeli government is pushing the international community to “correct or reject” the 2015 agreement on the Tehran nuclear program in light of the deadline of 12 May set by US President Donald Trump. Moreover, Israel is concerned that Iran is consolidating its military presence in Syria and has targeted Iranian positions there.
Translated from Crash Magazine Online.