Putin, Netanyahu discuss anti-terror cooperation in Middle East


The leaders of Russia and Israel discussed counter terrorism efforts in the Middle East and agreed to continue contacts on various levels.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed in a phone talk the anti-terror cooperation between the two countries in the Middle East, the Kremlin press service said on Saturday.

“On July 23, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone talk with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In the light of Netanyahu’s official visit to Russia on June 7 they discussed Russian-Israeli cooperation against terror threat in the Middle East,” Kremlin’s statement reads, adding that Putin and Netanyahu agreed to continue contacts on various levels.

Source: APA / Sputnik

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