Netanyahu-Putin meeting begins in Kremlin

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is currently meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin.

It is their first face-to-face sit-down since the downing of a Russian plane by Syrian air defenses in September during an Israeli airstrike, for which Moscow blamed Jerusalem.

The leaders are expected to discuss Iran’s military presence in Syria as well as the broader security situation in the Middle East.

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