The President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, will meet the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, on the 30th of January in Moscow, Russia, declared a statement from the Kremlin.
Israel has coordinated closely with Moscow over the last several years since the Russian expeditionary force landed in Syria to support the Assad regime.
“On January 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who will be in Russia on a short working visit,” the message informs, reported Russian state news agency TASS.
Earlier, Netanyahu’s spokesperson Anna Jonathan-Leus informed that the Israeli PM plans to head for Moscow after visiting Washington in order to inform Putin of the details of the US plan for Middle Eastern regulation, the so-called “deal of the century.”
“Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to fly from the United States to Moscow to meet with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday and inform him about US President Donald Trump’s ‘deal of the century,’ as well as to discuss various issues of the regional agenda,” she said.
Moscow cannot comment on the “deal of the century,” as it is unaware of the document’s contents, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Tuesday. “We cannot say anything until we become acquainted with its contents,” he replied, answering a corresponding question.