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Netanyahu traveled to the Black Sea resort to meet the Russian leader – just five days before the election – in a move widely seen as an effort to woo elder Russian-speaking immigrants.
Netanyahu last met Putin in April, five days before the previous election, when he thanked the Russian president for assistance in returning the remains of IDF Sgt. Zachary Baumel to Israel.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is working to organize a meeting a meeting between himself and Russian President Vladimir Putin – likely in Israel – before the elections, scheduled for a week from next Tuesday.
Cabinet told trilateral meeting in the works, perhaps to take place before September 17 elections; event would highlight PM Netanyahu's diplomatic credibility.
The Lebanese Armed Forces reported that two Israeli drones had entered Lebanon’s air space in the early hours of Sunday, August 25
Israel treads carefully in its relations with Russia, which has mostly turned a blind eye to Israeli air strikes against Iranian-linked targets in Syria.
The new composition of Knesset will vote for the document after elections scheduled on September 17
Targeting Israeli-Russian voters, Likud hangs massive picture of PM alongside Russian president, with the slogan ‘Netanyahu: In a league of his own’
Linas Linkevicius addresses his country’s efforts to ‘come clean’ about Holocaust complicity, and why Vilnius won’t recognize Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
The Russian is using the progress made by Israel for its own drone production.
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