Netanyahu to meet with Putin in Moscow on April 4
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will depart for Moscow on April 4 to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, his spokesperson Anna Jonathan-Leus said.
"The prime minister will fly to Moscow on Thursday for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin," TASS cited the spokesperson as saying.
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in turn, confirmed that Netanyahu will arrive in Moscow to hold brief talks with the Russian President.
"An agreement has been reached that on April 4 Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will fly to Moscow for a brief working visit. On April 4 such brief working talks will be held and the sides will synchronize their watches," Peskov said.