In their first phone call, Russian President Vladimir Putin and new Israeli Prim Minister Naftali Bennett agreed to meet in the near future. The reality of the large Russian Jewish presence in The Jewish State due to migration after the fall of the Soviet Union was central to discussions.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for Russia’s role in maintenance of the regional stability, Bennett’s press service announced Monday, adding that the two leaders agreed to meet shortly, reported Russian state news agency TASS.
“Prime Minister Naftali Bennett talked with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time Monday. The Prime Minister thanked the Russian president for the role his country plays in maintenance of the regional stability,” the press service said. “The leaders discussed a number of matters of diplomacy and security. Prime Minister Bennett and President Putin agreed to meet shortly”.
The two leaders discussed “the role of repatriates from Russia to Israel”, with Bennett noting the “importance of them being a bridge between the two countries”.
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