PARIS (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin talked to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Sunday, Interfax news agency cited Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying.
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PARIS, Nov 12 — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Paris yesterday, their first face-to-face talks since the accidental downing of a Russian plane in Syria provoked tensions. Netanyahu, who like the Russian leader was in the French capital for World...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confided to the security cabinet before his meeting on Sunday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Paris that the bil
The conversation with President Putin was good and businesslike, PM Netanyahu tells reporters after WWI commemorations in Paris; adds he seeks to prevent unnecessary war in Gaza.
Initially there was a scheduled meeting between the two men to formally meet in Paris, but then it was canceled.
The prime minister also claimed that the organizers of the Paris conference asked him not to meet with Russia's Putin after weeks of unsuccessful attempts to schedule a meeting